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    Is it possible to install TDP for Mysql on a Solaris server? if so, where can I find the software.

    I can't find anywhere where this is even possbile.

    Thanks!

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    Hi,
    there is no TDP for MySQL - TDP for Databases supports Oracle and MSSQL. Other databases have direct exit to TSM (Informix and DB2) - but the other DBs must be backed up using dump and flat-file backup using normal TSM Backup/Archive client.

    Hope it brings the light

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    That's what I thought. But, you never know, so, I thought I'd ask.

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