Insert and update DB2 from SQL Server 2000 using OLEDB

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AS/400
DTS
Microsoft SQL Server 2000
I am using AS/400 and SQL Server 2000 and trying to insert and update from SQL Server. When I run a DTS from SQL Server 2000, SQL Server 2000 is able to read the table from AS/400 but when I run a DTS from SQL Server 2000 to insert or update a table on AS/400, it does not do anything. No error, but no update or insert. I am working on that for already 2 months and no improvement. Plz help me.

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How are you moving the data from the SQL Server to the AS/400? Are you using a data transformation, linked server with the query being run by the DTS package, etc?

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  • Denny Cherry
    Were you able to resolve the issue?
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  • Code2live
    Check the permissions on the AS400 tables (files), and insure that journaling is turned on for them as well. Although the messages are not useful sometimes ("OLEDB2 ... has a catastrophic error" for instance), there should be something in the log.
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  • Code2live
    INSERT and UPDATE operations require Journaling to be started on the physical file (underlying the TABLE) on the AS400. Hope this helps!
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