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Default using ASP to call DB2 connect APIs

I’m trying to connect to DB2 using ASP. Does anyone know the right API to use with DB2 connect so I can pass the user name and password and also change the password when it expires using ASP? I’ve been going though the IBM doc and I came across an administrative API called sqleatcp but not sure if this is the right API to use. If this is the correct API what would be the best way to implement this using ASP? I can use error handling to grab error messages and tell the user that they enter the wrong password or user name but once there password expires I need to make a call to change the password from the ASP front end.





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