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Copying data between databases

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I want to replicate 5 tables from a production OLTP database to an OLAP
database several times a day. What's the best way to do this?
export/import? db2move? Two of tables will contain at most 30k rows and no
LOBS. The others < 10 rows.

Does db2 have something like Oracle's database links where I could just
trucate the table and do an insert over a link?
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Chuck
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Chuck wrote:
I want to replicate 5 tables from a production OLTP database to an OLAP
database several times a day. What's the best way to do this?
export/import? db2move? Two of tables will contain at most 30k rows and no
LOBS. The others < 10 rows.

Does db2 have something like Oracle's database links where I could just
trucate the table and do an insert over a link?


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Chuck wrote:
I want to replicate 5 tables from a production OLTP database to an
OLAP database several times a day. What's the best way to do this?
export/import? db2move? Two of tables will contain at most 30k rows
and no LOBS. The others < 10 rows.

Does db2 have something like Oracle's database links where I could
just trucate the table and do an insert over a link?


See Nicknames, which are part of the built-in Federated support.


Do they work on a database that is not federated?
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Chuck
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