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How can I resale or return DB2 8 and QMF?

Hello everybody,

We bought db2 and qmf from ibm back in May for a very large project.
After bringing two db2 experts and speding several hours trying to
configure db2 in windows, we've decided to stop trying to make it work
because it just hasn't worked for us.

We paid approx $10,000 for db2 and $4,000 for qmf. We're selling db2
and qmf in a bundle. We're not going to use those applications
anymore. Instead, we've switched to ms sql 2000. So far so good.

Do you know of anybody who wants to buy them? or Do you guys have any
suggestions on how to return them to IBM?

We're prepare to contemplate any offers.

Nov 12 '05 #1
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