Yes, you can find the information using the BPM_Home/jdbcdrivers/DB_Vendor directory. In the following commands for a DB2 driver, the BPM_Home variable is /opt/IBM/BPM/ and the DB_Vendor variable is DB2:
/opt/IBM/BPM/java/bin/java -cp db2jcc4.jar com.ibm.db2.jcc.DB2Jcc -version
Note: The output of the command above is: IBM Data Server Driver for JDBC and SQLJ 4.11.69
For Oracle jdbc driver:
Note: The output of the command above is: Oracle 184.108.40.206.0 JDBC 4.0 compiled with JDK6
Stop your entire environment.
- Stop you clusters.
- Stop the node agent.
Sop the deployment manager.
Backup your old JDBC drivers, which are located in the <BPMHome>/jdbcdrivers directory.
Copy the drivers from DB2 server, which is located in the <DB2Home>/sqllib/java directory, to the IBM Business Process Manager server. Copy the following JAR files:
Note: You must copy these files to the nodes of your topology. For example: deployment manager and nodes.
Start your entire environment:
- Start the deployment manager.
- Start the node agent.
- Start you clusters.
- Verify that the newest version was applied. You can look for the "DSRA8203I" string on the SystemOut.log as shown below: