When we used to run CUIS, the database that supported the CUIS GUI was Microsoft SQL Server. Thus I could take advantage of Value Lists and Collections which were maintained by end users and make custom applications (wall board displays in this case) and have CUIS be the application used to maintain the list of Agents.
Now we have converted to CUIC and the database that supports the CUIC GUI is in Informix. I would like to upgrade my custom applications to read the Informix database. I have downloaded the Informix ODBC driver but am now looking for the settings for the ODBC driver configuration - specifically the following settings:
Server Name: I assume this is the DNS name of the server?
Host Name: Is this the same DNS name, the IP address, or some other entry?
Service: I've seen the port number of 1526 used here when doing research on the internet.
Protocol: onsoctcp is what I've found, but there are dozen other settings.
Options: Leave this blank or does it require information to be entered.
UserId: Will the CUIC\Administrator username work here? Does it need to be qualified with the domain?
The internal CUIC Informix database is not network enabled. The database user credentials are not published , nor is the db schema. I have had very limited success creating reports using the native data connection.
Without the new schema info there is little value in this work so far.
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