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1. Middleware Unites Domino Database and DB2/400
Robert Anderson explains how Percussion Software’s Notrix lets Germania Farm Mutual Insurance distribute AS/400 data to field employees using Notes.
( iSeries NEWS, May 1998 , p.77 )
2. More AS/400 Client/Server Applications Are Here!
Wayne Madden and Renee Munshi describe the client/server product offerings of application software vendors Camstar, Cantoc, JBA, Marcam, and Para Research.
( iSeries NEWS, January 1995 , p.117 )
3. NS/Router: The 32-bit Standard
With Version 2.2 of the 32-bit NS/Router, NetSoft is closing some holes in the product and tightening its position as the Windows-to-AS/400 connectivity method of choice for IBM and others. But Pam Jones reports that there’s still room for competition.
( iSeries NEWS, February 1997 , p.27 )
4. An Introduction to Implementing DRDA
Need to incorporate remote DB2 UDB data into your applications? This overview of IBM’s Distributed Relational Database Architecture can help you get started.
( iSeries NEWS, July 2002 , p.64 )
5. Tech Corner
( iSeries NEWS, December 2000 , p.95 )
6. Tighten Your DB2/400 Security
IBMer Carol Woodbury explains resource security, provides a strategy for securing logical files, discusses triggers’ potential exposures, offers some ideas for securing interfaces such as DDM and ODBC, and touches on data encryption and auditing.
( iSeries NEWS, April 1996 , p.67 )
7. Accessing a Remote AS/400 Database via SQL
( iSeries NEWS, December 2000 , p.96 )
8. DB2/400 Coming Attractions
IBM’s Kent Milligan outlines what you can look forward to in the V4 releases of DB2/400, including column-level security, check constraints, database validity checking, and a new SQL procedural language.
( iSeries NEWS, September 1997 , p.70 )
9. DB2/400, Informix, and Oracle Side-by-Side
Ramon Chen compares key features in three relational database management systems DB2/400, Informix, and Oracle. A comparative features chart is included.
( iSeries NEWS, February 1995 , p.67