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7. Complete the field that denotes the value of the variable
DB2UNIVERSAL_JDBC_DRIVER_PATH with the path of the directory that includes
db2jcc.jar (for example, C:\Program Files\IBM\SQLLIB\java) and click Next to
open the summary page shown in Figure 6-16.
Figure 6-16 Summary page
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8. In the Summary page, click Finish and you are taken back to the JDBC
providers page. Click Save to save the configuration changes that you have
made. Now, the new provider that you created is visible in the JDBC
providers page, as shown in Figure 6-17.
Figure 6-17 JDBC providers page
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9. From the left navigation pane, select Resources JDBC Data sources
to open the window shown in Figure 6-18.
Figure 6-18 Data sources page
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10.Select Server scope and click New to go to open the page shown in
Figure 6-19.
11.In this page, complete the following fields:
Data source name: PlantsByWebSphereDatasource
JNDI name: jdbc/PlantsByWebSphere
Figure 6-19 Basic data source information page
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12.Click Next to open the next page shown in Figure 6-20.
13.In this page, under Specify a JDBC provider to support this data source, click
Select an existing JDBC provider. Select the JDBC provider that you just
created.
Figure 6-20 Create a data source (Step 2: Select JDBC provider) page

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