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Re: Re: Informix in the press... #2

YES! YES!,  I'm with you !!

Free IDS 10 express download without bombs !!.
This allowed me to study, learn and program for IDS.


J.

-----Original Message-----
From: "Roy Mercer" <roy.mercer@gmail.com>
To: informix-list@iiug.org
Date: 18 Aug 2006 08:51:47 -0700
Subject: Re: Informix in the press...

Are you kidding me!

http://www.ibm.com/software/data/db2/udb/db2express/          DUH!

It's free to download and run in production!
This was my complaint at the Tampa conference, why does IBM let you
download and run DB2 in production but not IDS!

IDS Express needs to be offered as a free download just like DB2
express.

You work for IBM?   WTF!





Christine Normile wrote:
> The version of IDS v10 without the timeout was made available to the
> IIUG exclusively for IIUG members to download.  IBM requires that
> individuals register when they want to download a product.  Stuart
> Litel has refused to make the non-timelimited code available because
> of this IBM restriction (even though IBM was willing to provide the
> hosting service.)
>
> It's interesting that you say you have trial code for DB2 that is non-
> limited.  Could you please provide the link where you obtained it?
>
> On Aug 18, 2006, at 5:25 AM, Double Echo wrote:
>
> > eric@herber-consulting.de wrote:
> >> Sometimes wonders take a little bit longer:
> >>
> >> http://www.marketwire.com/mw/release_html_b1?release_id=3D154242
> >>
> >> A press release from IBM mentioning Informix. Great !!
> >>
> >
> > Excellent!
> >
> > Now, how about taking the 90-day timeout feature out of the
> > download for
> > Informix.  I'm excited about Informix, interested in the product,
> > so I go
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> >
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> > it.  Do
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> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
> > _______________________________________________
> > Informix-list mailing list
> > Informix-list@iiug.org
> > http://www.iiug.org/mailman/listinfo/informix-list
>
> Christine Normile
> Analyst
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I know one. I've posted the name privately, as the last time I made the error of sharing information about a client on this list, a consultant (?) from this list cold called them. Nice behaviour. Pete _________________________________________________________________ Tired of 56k? Get a FREE BT Broadband connection http://www.msn.co.uk/specials/btbroadband sending to informix-list sending to informix-list Maelwys Filidh wrote: > I know one. I've posted the name privately, as the last time I made > the error of sharing information about a client on thi...

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Hi Francisco. Client SDK is a developer's kit. You can create and compile program using ESQL/C (it is bundled.) Connect is a runtime of Client SDK. HTH. -- Tsutomu Ogiwara from Tokyo Japan. ICQ#:168106592 >From: Francisco Roldan <froldan@5b.com.gt> >To: informix-list@iiug.org >Subject: Difference between Informix connect and Informix Client SDK >Date: Tue, 8 Jul 2003 12:18:35 -0600 > >Does Somebody would tell me the difference between >those Informix products? > >And the estimated cost of each one (for Linux) ? > >...

Re: Re: OT:Is IBM going to be marketing Informix #2
I wonder if one can apply to a DB2-knowlegge work by saying: I don't know DB2 but I know Informix well... ;) Chucho! -----Original Message----- From: "Andrew Hamm" <ahamm@mail.com> To: informix-list@iiug.org Date: Sat, 18 Sep 2004 13:30:11 +1000 Subject: Re: OT:Is IBM going to be marketing Informix Jean Sagi wrote: > (This isn't rant too) > > Try DB2... for what I see in the long term (2010+) Db2 and Informix > will be the same, so some studyng of DB2 won't hurt. although the downside to studying DB2 now if you don't need...

Re: Re: OT
Jean Sagi said: > > Ummm... I read > http://www.coppereye.com/coppereye_datablade.htm > and it looks very interesting, indeed. > > I think this could be done only thanks to the datablade architecture of > Informix... > > This could be done with DB2? > > Or Oracle/Sql-Server? ... ;) As far as I know, they punt their technology as an alternative to RDBMSs, but yes, I think this is a classic example of how easy it can be to extend IDS. Still, at least DB2 only has a single code base. And Oracle wears army boots! -- Bye now, Obnoxio "C'est pas parce qu'on n'a rien � dire qu'il faut fermer sa gueule" - Coluche "I'm trying to see things your way, but I can't get my head up my ass" - JCH "Ogni uomo mi guarda come se fossi una testa di cazzo" - Marco http://www.catb.org/~esr/faqs/smart-questions.html sending to informix-list "Obnoxio The Clown" <obnoxio@serendipita.com> wrote in message news:cbaefd$1rc$1@news.xmission.com... > Jean Sagi said: > > > > Ummm... I read > > http://www.coppereye.com/coppereye_datablade.htm > > and it looks very interesting, indeed. > > > > I think this could be done only thanks to the datablade architecture of > > Informix... > > > > This could be done with DB2? > > > > Or Oracle/Sql-Server? ... ;) > > As far as I know, they punt ...

Re: Moving Informix TableSpaces between databases #2
I think your best bet would be to use HPL to unload data from the logged db and load it into the non-logged db as long as they both have the same schema(=table definition). Regards, Uday. "Aashish Ramsinghani - ASDC, Chennai" To <Aashishsr@hcl.in informix-list@iiug.org > cc Sent by: owner-informix-li Subject s...

Re: Re: PHP and Informix
http://www.lacorona.com.mx/fortiz/informix/index.htm Excelente... Dan como ganas de aprender PHP... ;) Chucho! -----Original Message----- From: "Fernando Ortiz" <fortiz@lacorona.com.mx> To: <tedstrom@gmail.com>, <informix-list@iiug.org> Date: Wed, 11 Aug 2004 16:31:09 -0500 Subject: Re: PHP and Informix Hi, We've been using Linux/Apache/Informix/PHP for years with no problem. We have RH9 for our web server and RH8 in the IDS/4GL server but RHES AS should work also fine. We're switching moist of our 4GL to PHP and many users ar...

Re: Re: Newbie to informix
.... I thin you speak spanish so ... Para manejar IDS: ISA, es un front end Web para ver y manejar el estado de la base de datos... aunque a la larga es, a mi modo de ver, las utilidades de linea de comandos. Si sos el DBA, vale la pena dedicarle el tiempo a aprender estos comandos por que podr�s hacer las cosas muy r�pido adem�s las prodr�s automatizar. En cuanto a una herramienta para los querys: La verdad pienso que dbaccess es muy limitado... tiene sus facilidades a mi parecer no me gusta. En el dia a dia uso winsql-lite, aunque tambipen hay uno mexicano y uno ruso; buscalos en...

Re: Re: DBStudio for Informix NEW Version out
Ok. Clear. That waht I was asking, the answer is yes. J. -----Original Message----- From: jesussanchez@mayanresorts.com.mx (Jose J. Sanchez Rico) To: informix-list@iiug.org Date: 3 Mar 2005 06:53:30 -0800 Subject: Re: DBStudio for Informix NEW Version out - Free Download I don't know what you mean with "partially selected query in the editor-buffer?". DBStudio checks first if something is selected, if it is, it executes the selected text, if not, it executes the complete text in the editor window. Could you give me a quick example?? "Jean S...

RE: [Maybe spam] Re: Relation of OS user to Informix database
Jonathan... am I correct in thinking that you can't revoke rights from a user who has those rights because they're a member of public? Ie, if they don't have the rights assigned with an explicit GRANT statement, then you can't revoke their rights without revoking public's rights and then granting permissions to all other users individually? Cheers Simon -----Original Message----- From: owner-informix-list@iiug.org [mailto:owner-informix-list@iiug.org] On Behalf Of Jonathan Leffler Sent: 25 August 2005 05:24 To: informix-list@iiug.org Subject: [Maybe sp...

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