Upgrading to 64-bit database clients
Fix Pack D installs 64-bit binaries, which require 64-bit database clients for TMTM services for database access.
This topic describes how to upgrade your database clients to 64-bit and includes:
The information in this section provides a general overview of how to install the 64-bit database clients. Refer to the vendor’s documentation and consult with your organization's database administrators for specific installation instructions.
Upgrading Oracle database clients
- Save the TNS entry for the TMTM database configuration from your 32-bit Oracle client's tnsnames.ora file.
- Uninstall the 32-bit Oracle client.
- Install a new 64-bit Oracle client (the same version as your 32-bit Oracle client).
- Copy the TNS entry you saved in Step 1 to the tnsnames.ora file in the newly installed 64-bit Oracle client.
- Verify that you have connectivity to the TMTM Oracle schema, by running run
sqlpluswith the TMTM Oracle credentials, as in the following example:
Upgrading DB2 database clients
The 64-bit DB2 client may already be installed. This can be verified by running the
The following sample output indicates that the install uses 64 bits and that the TMTM services, after Fix Pack D is installed, can access the same DB2 database because the installed 64-bit DB2 client has both 32-bit and 64-bit DB2 executables and libraries in it, and the database configuration is shared.
If the output after running the
db2level command indicates "32" bits is in use, perform the following steps:
- Save the DB2 TCPIP node and DB2 database alias client configurations by running the
list node directoryand
list db directorycommands from the DB2 command line processor, and then save the TMTM TCPIP node and database alias information.
- Uninstall the 32-bit DB2 client.
- Install a 64-bit DB2 client (the same version as your 32-bit DB2 client).
- Recreate the TMTM TCPIP node and database alias configuration in the newly installed 64-bit DB2 client by running the
catalog tcpip node...and
catalog db...commands and using the saved information on the TMTM TCPIP node and database alias.
- Verify database connectivity by running the
connect to <TMTM_DB_alias> user <TMTM_DB_user> using <TMTM_DB_password>command from the DB2 command line processor.
Upgrading MS SQL database clients
- Open the 64-bit ODBC Driver Manager either by running it directly, for example, c:\windows\system32\odbcad32.exe, or through the GUI, through the Control Panel > Administrative Tools > ODBC Data Sources (64-bit) option. In the Drivers tab of the ODBC Driver Manager dialog, verify if the right version of the 64-bit SNAC/ODBC driver for SQL Server is installed. If it's not installed, install it by using the relevant installable package from Microsoft (for more details, refer to the appropriate Microsoft manual).
- Open the 32-bit ODBC Driver Manager either by running it directly, for example, c:\windows\syswow64\odbcad32.exe, or through the GIU, through the Control Panel > Administrative Tools > ODBC Data Sources (32-bit) option. Save the information about the TMTM ODBC DSN (the data source name, the database server hostname, and the database name).
- Assuming that the right version of the SNAC/ODBC driver for SQL Server is installed (see Step 1), open the 64-bit ODBC Driver Manager, select the correct SNAC/ODBC driver for SQL Server, and re-create the 64-bit version of the TMTM ODBC DSN using the same name for the TMTM ODBC DSN, the saved database server name, and the saved database name. Run through the onscreen dialogs to ensure that the new ODBC DSN can connect to the database successfully.