Add multiple connection’s in iSeries Navigator in single attempt.

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I need to add 90 iSeries Server connection's in iSeries Navigator ...How can i add multiple connections to iSeries navigator in single attempt...?
 I have IP address for all boxes...!

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I want to connect different system i navigator connections to export data into flat file. All connection have common table name. 

I’m new to the tool, so appreciate any kind of help with this regards. 


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  • TomLiotta
    For me, I see entries in the Windows registry under:
    HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\IBM\Client Access Express\CurrentVersion\Environments\My Connections
    There may be related keys in other parts of the registry; a few searches should locate any. Whether or not you choose to make changes there directly is up to you. I'm not aware of a documented process. Tom
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  • WoodEngineer
    Have you tried letting Management Central find the systems on its own? From iSeries Navigator expand Management Central, right click Endpoint Systems, then select Discover Systems.
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  • TheRealRaven
    Posting a question as the 'Answer' isn't quite appropriate.

    It's not clear what you want to do. It's possible to export each individual table to a "flat file". It's not clear what you mean by "flat file", though, since there are at least three common meanings. Also, unless you have a license for something like DB2 Connect, you won't make concurrent connections to more than one database at a time. (At i 7.1, you can create UDTFs that allow querying multiple remote databases in a single query, so you might also code your own.)

    In short, iNavigator can help with exports; but it shouldn't directly help with multiple connections in a single query. However, you could run each export in sequence with the same target streamfile in a /QNTC directory as long as each system can reach the same remote server.
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