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  • Track SQL Statements run by a specific user through ODBC Connection

    There is a user id connecting to our iSeries System through ODBC Connection and will be executing some selected queries on iSeries using a 3rd Party Application. Those selected queries are approved by the Application Owner. Hence we would like to track the SQL Statements which are executed by this...

    Haaiderali215 pointsBadges:
  • AS/400 and Oracle Access Manager

    I have a strange behavior in an SQLRPGLE program accessing iSeries DB2 and Oracle via Oracle Access Manager. The program is very simple and reads values from two Oracle Tables in this way : a. SELECT .... into ..... FROM Table1 WHERE ..... return OK : 1 row as expected with my two fields filled. b....

    Technet30 pointsBadges:
  • Conversion of SQL Server 2000 to iSeries DB2 V6R1

    Hi there. We are converting SQL Server 2000 to DB2 on iSeries V6R1. We’re ok with the JDE tables and views, but are having difficulty with the non-JDE tables, views, and stored procedures. Is there a tool or something that could help us? Thank you.

    Tprusko5 pointsBadges:
  • Dropping a DB2 Stored Procedure

    In my DB2 stored procs I always first drop the procedure and then do a create statement.  Is there any way I could say something like...if exists (select * from sysroutines where routine_name = 'procname') then drop procedure procname;  ?   I tried this, but the proc doesn't like the IF...

    MIkeyDee5 pointsBadges:
  • SQL script output to a file

    I am running ad hoc SQL scripts in iSeries Navigator (V5R4) and need to direct the output to a text file. Is there a way to do this? TIA... Steve B

    SBatSI415 pointsBadges:
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