Automate small footprint, embedded Informix Dynamic Server deployments
End-to-end embeddability for IDS deployments on Linux, UNIX, and Windows using the IDS deployment utility and embeddability toolkit
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Date archived: September 8, 2016 | First published: March 11, 2010
This tutorial shows you how to automate IBM® Informix® Dynamic Server (IDS) small footprint deployments by using the IDS deployment utility and the IDS embeddability toolkit. An important requirement of an embedded database system is that it be invisible to end users and administrators. IDS is a perfect database system for application environments that require an embedded database because you can install, deploy, and administer the database silently. It is transparent to users that there is a robust and reliable database system catering to the database requirements of the application.
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