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DTS data from MS SQL 2000 to DB2 7.1 on OS/390

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I am trying to move data from SQL server table to a table in DB2 on
Z/os. I keep getting a message that the function is not supported. How
can I move data from sql server 2000 to db2 on os/390
could anybody please help ?

Thanks

Jul 23 '05 #1
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Well, if you're not set on DTS, then you could just unload the data
into a file, then use db2's load or import on that file.

Depending on your connectivity, you might need to move it up to the
mainframe to perform the load/import, and that'll require a conversion
to EBCDIC.

Having done it both ways, I *much* prefer using a set of utilities and
simple languages (ruby, python, etc) than DTS....

Jul 23 '05 #2

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