AS/400 to SQL Server Data Migration

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What are the steps involved in migrating data from AS/400 to SQL Server. Could you please elaborate as I'm pretty new to such migration work?

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Open the SQL Server Business Intelligence Development Studio and create a new SSIS project. Add a data pump task. Add a source object as being the AS/400 and a destination as being the SQL Server. Select the objects to copy. When you run the package the data will be copied to the SQL Server.

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  • Teandy
    My advice would be: do not migrate. It will wind up costing you more money in the long run. See this article: www.itjungle.com/tfh/tfh020110-story02.html <quote> "According to the report, the System i server cost 41 percent less than the Windows server and 47 percent less than the Linux server over the three year period. In terms of dollars, the System i setups averaged $524,000 per business over the course of three years. The comparable number for the Windows/SQL Server setup was $882,000, and the Linux/Oracle setup cost $987,000." </quote>
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