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  • OpenLink's Unix components require the following ODBC environment variables to be set: -- CLASSPATH A JAVA client variable that passes the full path to an OpenLink JDBC .jar file. This variable should appear on all systems that contain OpenLink JDBC client components. -- LD_LIBRARY_PATH A generic library path variable that appends the full path to OpenLink's lib sub-directory. This variable should be set on any machine that contains Single-Tier or Multi-Tier client or server components. -- LIBPATH An AIX library path variable that appends the full path to OpenLink's lib sub-directory. This variable should be set on any AIX machine that contains Single-Tier or Multi-Tier client or server components. -- ODBCINI Passes the full path to ~/openlink/bin/odbc.ini. This variable should be set on any machine that contains Single-Tier or Multi-Tier client components. -- ODBCINSTINI Passes the full path to ~/openlink/bin/odbcinst.ini. This variable should be set on any machine that contains Single-Tier or Multi-Tier client components. -- OPENLINKINI This Single-Tier variable passes the full path to ~/openlink/bin/openlink.ini. This variable should be set on any machine that contains Single-Tier client components. -- PATH Appends the full path to OpenLink's bin sub-directory. This variable should be set on any machine that contains Single-Tier or Multi-Tier client or server components. -- SHLIB_PATH An HP/UX library path variable that appends the full path to OpenLink's lib sub-directory. This variable should be set on any HP/UX machine that contains Single-Tier or Multi-Tier client or server components. set output should be checked against ls output for the relevant directories structures. This shows: -- Which environment variables are set. -- Which environment variables are missing. -- Whether or not variable paths are correct. -- Whether or not permissions prevent access to files or directories. OpenLink's drivers also require database specific environment variables. set should be run before Single-Tier client installation or Multi-Tier server component installation. Users must insure that the relevant database native environment variables are set. This enables OpenLink's installers to detect the settings and write them into Single-Tier openlink.ini or Multi-Tier oplrqb.ini file.
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