CSDK v2.81 TC-1 vs TC-2 What's the difference?

CSDK v2.81 TC-1 vs TC-2 What's the difference?

Post by William Fi » Sat, 18 Oct 2003 03:08:38


Hi Everyone,

I just checked the Informix downloads page
( http://www.yqcomputer.com/
=&s=&q=informix ) and found that the Informix Client SDK v2.81 TC-2 was
released.

We're using the TC-1 release and I'm wondering what the difference is? I've
downloaded TC-2 and tried to compare the release docs, but I couldn't find
any real differences. We're only using the ODBC driver at this time in our
applications and I'd rather not go through the effort to distribute this new
version unless I have to.

Any insider info?

Thanks.

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CSDK v2.81 TC-1 vs TC-2 What's the difference?

Post by Jonathan L » Sat, 18 Oct 2003 12:44:27


Bug fixes, primarily.


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CSDK v2.81 TC-1 vs TC-2 What's the difference?

Post by Rajib Sark » Sat, 18 Oct 2003 22:41:49


There was a bug in 2.81.TC1 where update stats were sent with the query
automatically if you use the ODBC drivers supplied in the product. This was
fixed in 2.81.TC2. This is one of the major differences I know of ...

Thanx much,

Rajib Sarkar
Advisory Software Engineer (RAS)
IBM Data Management Group

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Hi Everyone,

I just checked the Informix downloads page
(
http://www.yqcomputer.com/
=&s=&q=informix ) and found that the Informix Client SDK v2.81 TC-2 was
released.

We're using the TC-1 release and I'm wondering what the difference is? I've
downloaded TC-2 and tried to compare the release docs, but I couldn't find
any real differences. We're only using the ODBC driver at this time in our
applications and I'd rather not go through the effort to distribute this
new
version unless I have to.

Any insider info?

Thanks.

"While the complexity of this project is
several orders of magnitude less than
modeling heat flux in a fossil-fuel fired
electric utility plant using the Hottel Zone
technique, the context of each project
evolves in a remarkably similar fashion."
- Author Unknown





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CSDK v2.81 TC-1 vs TC-2 What's the difference?

Post by Abhishek M » Sat, 18 Oct 2003 22:55:43


Primarily bug fixes. And in case you are using the right IDS version, you
could also make use of the support for PAM feature in ESQL/C and ODBC,
that was included in the CSDK2.81.xC2 release. The release notes for
ESQL/C and ODBC have a mention of this feature.

Thanks and Regards,
Abhi.
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Hi Everyone,

I just checked the Informix downloads page
(
http://www.yqcomputer.com/

=&s=&q=informix ) and found that the Informix Client SDK v2.81 TC-2 was
released.

We're using the TC-1 release and I'm wondering what the difference is?
I've
downloaded TC-2 and tried to compare the release docs, but I couldn't find
any real differences. We're only using the ODBC driver at this time in our
applications and I'd rather not go through the effort to distribute this
new
version unless I have to.

Any insider info?

Thanks.

--
William Fields
MCSD - Microsoft Visual FoxPro
MCP - Win2k Pro
US Bankruptcy Court
Phoenix, AZ

"While the complexity of this project is
several orders of magnitude less than
modeling heat flux in a fossil-fuel fired
electric utility plant using the Hottel Zone
technique, the context of each project
evolves in a remarkably similar fashion."
- Author Unknown





sending to informix-list