Siebel 2000 Database Implementation on OS/390 Using NT Siebel Servers

An IBM Redbooks publication

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Published on September 07, 2000

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ISBN-10: 0738418730
ISBN-13: 9780738418735
IBM Form #: SG24-5953-00


Authors: Viviane Anavi-Chaput, Richard Corrihons, Louis Doran, Scott Hall, Vasilis Karras, Michael Ruffin, Lee Siegmund and Jeffrey Wiese

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    Abstract

    This IBM Redbooks publication will help you install and customize Siebel 2000 V6.1 applications for OS/390 V2.8 using DB2 V6.1. It is based on the installation experiences gained while installing Siebel 2000 at the IBM-ITSO in Poughkeepsie, New York.

    The book contains an overview of Siebel Systems and their two- and three-tier architectures in the OS/390 environment. It describes the connections to the Siebel-DB2 database server on S/390, the customization needed for OS/390 and DB2. It provides installation guidelines to set up the Siebel applications on NT servers and the database on the S/390 server. The book gives recommendations on security and database administration issues, as well as the DB2 features which specifically benefit Siebel. An example of importing data to the Siebel-DB2 database, using Siebel’s Enterprise Integration Manager, is also provided.

    This book will be especially useful for those installing Siebel 2000 on OS/390 for the first time.

    Table of Contents

    Ch 1 Siebel Systems overview

    Ch 2 Preparing the system for Siebel 2000 installation

    Ch 3 Configuring database connections to DB2 on S/390

    Ch 4 Installing Siebel 2000

    Ch 5 Importing data with EIM

    Ch 6 Security considerations for Siebel with DB2 for OS/390

    Ch 7 Administrating DB2 with Siebel

    Ch 8 DB2 features used by Siebel applications

    App A Setting up DB2 Connect Personal Edition

    App B Setting up DB2 DDF

    App C DSNZPARM parameters for DB2

    App D Siebel-DB2 objects creation

    App E Adding a temporary database and table spaces

    App F Stored procedures enablement

    App G Enterprise Storage Server

     

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