If you are using SQL Stored Procs, you need a C Compiler on at least one
machine with each os level/db2level. You can move the executables to other
machines with the same os level/db2level. See the Application Building Guide.
Gregor Kovač wrote:
> We are using DB2 8.1 with FixPack 3 on Windows 2000 Server.
> We want to use stored procedures with our database, but when creating a
> simple stored procedure in a file and running that file through Command
> Line Processor we get an error about not being able to find nmake.
> Does this mean we also have to have a C compiler ? Is there any
> doentation how to set the environment for creating stored procedures up?
> Thanks for any help.
> Best regards,