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root@shell> cd /opt/services root@shell> git clone https://github.com/opencelium/db2api.git
Please read default documentation here https://github.com/opencelium/db2api#user-content-installation
First of all add a connector to your db.
After that you can use it in a connection. Add a DBQuery process to start a request.
Add an endpoint to get the right table.
Use a rest client tool to execute the api request. Thus you determine and see how the response will be look like.
Please read more about the search options here https://github.com/opencelium/db2api#user-content-usage
- ORACLE (untested)
- XERIAL (untested)
Use the oc command to start the service.
SQL Server does not support TLSv1 or TLSv1.0 Go to folder java/security and in file java.security find option jdk.tls.disabledAlgorithms and delete TLSv1