Database .profiles are Unix files that contain variables that databases need to function. They appear in the root directory of most database installations. Furthermore, these environment variables facilitate ODBC, JDBC, and other data access mechanisms. Multi-Tier users need to insure that pertinent database .profile variables appear in the [Environment] section of their Session Rules Books. The Session Rules Book is the oplrqb.ini file that resides in the /bin sub-directory of the OpenLink server components installation. For example: Informix database .profile
INFORMIXDIR=/dbs/informix/32bit/IDS2000 INFORMIXSERVER=hp2server ONCONFIG=onconfig PATH=$PATH:$INFORMIXDIR/bin SHLIB_PATH=$SHLIB_PATH:$INFORMIXDIR/lib export INFORMIXDIR PATH SHLIB_PATH INFORMIXSERVER ONCONFIG
[Environment INFORMIX2000] INFORMIXSERVER = hp2server INFORMIXDIR = /dbs/informix/32bit/IDS2000 DELIMIDENT = Y OPL_INF_MULTISESS = Y OPL_SPACEPADCHAR = Y CURSOR_SENSITIVITY = LOW ;FET_BUF_SIZE = 65535 ;FORCE_ONLINE_DATABASE = 1 ;LD_LIBRARY_PATH = /dbs/informix2000/lib ;SHLIB_PATH = /dbs/informix2000/lib ;LIBPATH = /dbs/informix2000/lib ;CLIENT_LOCALE = EN_US.UTF8
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