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INNER JOIN ON TWO DATA BASES

Posted on 2011-03-07
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Dear Experts, I am using as400 db2 and Access in my vb.net application and need to use both for inner join query. I dont want to link the db2 table to Access. Is there any way to do it without importing the table from one db to another?
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by:momi_sabag
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there are products that do these kind of things but they are not free
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by:Kent Olsen
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Hi Haqita,

How much data are you dealing with?




Hi Kalpesh,

Recheck your link.  That clearly does not answer the poster's question.



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by:Hagita
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Hi Kent,

the db2 As400 and the access tables' inner join has  approx. 2000 records.

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Hi Hagit,

As momi indicates, there are third-party tools that will do this, but I don't know of any freeware that will.  Your choices would seem to be to buy the third-party tool or configure Access to use the AS/400 table(s).

Is the data on the AS/400 static?  That is, can you import the table once and have it at your disposal?


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by:Hagita
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Hi Kent, Yes that is what I decided to do for now. I import the table from AS400 to my access file.
Thanks.
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