Access SQL Server 2003 database from ISeries

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Hello everyone, I have searched the web for SQL Server/ISeries connectivity and have come across some interesting options: java, JDBC etc. But they have not been very clear. I understand that it is not a simple task, but has anyone successfully accessed an SQL Server database from ISeries using SQL and Java or any other method. I would really appreciate any help with this challenge.

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use upper search-for with
iseries sql server
search in all search400, you will find many tips, first look at
“Accessing MS SQL Server database from the iSeries “

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  • TomLiotta
    The real answer ought to be to install the ODBC driver that the database vendor supplies. And since Microsoft chose to implement their own variation of a subset of DRDA and call it "ODBC", you'd think they'd be happy to supply a driver. Why more people don't demand a driver from them, I can't guess. Tom
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  • WoodEngineer
    Blue Pheonix (formerly ASNA) has a terrific tool for accessing MS SQL data bases. Name is something like DataGate for MS SQL.
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