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DB2 Stored Procedure from SQL Server 2005

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Hi, I'm new at this so I could use some advice. I need to call 1 or
possible 2 DB2 z/os stored procedures from SQL Server 2005. What is
the best way to accomplish this? This also needs to run at least once
a day automatically.

Any advice is appreciated,
Borf

Oct 2 '07 #1
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On Oct 2, 8:59 am, Borf <anth...@station5.netwrote:
Hi, I'm new at this so I could use some advice. I need to call 1 or
possible 2 DB2 z/os stored procedures from SQL Server 2005. What is
the best way to accomplish this? This also needs to run at least once
a day automatically.

Any advice is appreciated,
Borf
Hi, Borf:

I think your best bet is to post your question in the SQL Server
forum, if you've not already. Meantime, perhaps this posting will
help:

http://tinyurl.com/26v69b

--Jeff

Oct 2 '07 #2

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Borf wrote:
Hi, I'm new at this so I could use some advice. I need to call 1 or
possible 2 DB2 z/os stored procedures from SQL Server 2005. What is
the best way to accomplish this? This also needs to run at least once
a day automatically.

Any advice is appreciated,
Borf
This whitepaper by MS has a paragraph on DB2 Connectivity that might be of
interest:

http://download.microsoft.com/downlo...tivitySSIS.doc

HTH

--
Jeroen
Oct 3 '07 #3

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