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Update ACS .NET (IBM.DATA.DB2.iSeries) driver to support .NET Core
It IBM.Data.DB2.iSeries (when is the last time IBM called it the "iSeries") driver hasn't been updated since 7. 1. It still only supports .NET 2.0 which was released in 2005 and support ended in 2011. IBM charges big bucks for software maintenance, but this piece of software has been completely ignored.
This driver should be updated to the latest .NET standards and should support the open-source .NET Core.
Marked as Urgent because this hasn't been touched since 7.1 (3 versions).
Connect modern programming for Windows and other platforms now that .NET Core is open source to the IBM i DB2 database. .NET is one of the most widely used programming platforms in the world. All other databases provided support for .NET Core with the database.
Update ACS .NET (DB2.iSeries) driver to support .NET Core
The IBM.Data.DB2.iSeries (when is the last time IBM called it the "iSeries") driver hasn't been updated since 7. 1. It still only supports .NET 2.0 which was released in 2005 and support ended in 2011. IBM charges big bucks for software maintenanc...
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