Syncronize DB2 email dist list with Lotus Domino v6.5

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A quick question that has us stumped here. Currently we maintian our email distribution lists in DB2 on our iSeries (810), running OS400 v5r2. We syncronize the dist lists with our Domino server (v5) using a migration tool Lotus provided. We are planning to update Domino to v6r5, and our iSeries OS to v5r3 in the next two weeks. The problem is that the Lotus migration tool we use to syncronize the email dist lists is not supported in Domino v6.5. Does anyone know a way to keep the lists in sync? We hear that in Domino v7 there might be a way to do this, but it's not bulletproof yet. Plus we need at least two weeks on Domino v6r5 before we push to v7. Thanks, Dave Wolfe Programmer/Analyst WorldVenture

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Have a look at DECS and Lotus Script / Java, you can find a solution over there.

Also you can look at LECS for DB2 connectors, it is downloadable from the Lotus forum, then you can use the classes to access DB2 and get to your data,

If you are good with Script then I expect half day to test concept and 2 days to get a good working solution.

I used LECS with 4.6 and it worked perfectly.

One more thing use th ODBC connector from Java(JDBC) or the one provided with IBM for DB2 avoid the MS ODBC as far as possible it is too slow.

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    Have a look at DECS and Lotus Script / Java, you can find a solution over there. Also you can look at LECS for DB2 connectors, it is downloadable from the Lotus forum, then you can use the classes to access DB2 and get to your data, If you are good with Script then I expect half day to test concept and 2 days to get a good working solution. I used LECS with 4.6 and it worked perfectly. One more thing use th ODBC connector from Java(JDBC) or the one provided with IBM for DB2 avoid the MS ODBC as far as possible it is too slow.
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