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Posted on 2012-04-02
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I've linked our iSeries to our SQL server.  I've created a view with this:

Create View View_name as
 
SELECT *
 FROM [10.1.1.253].[S10778CE].[AIR400].[AGENT]

Where would I find this view?
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Question by:bergertime
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As far as I can see, that view would live in your SQL Server box. It just references a linked table that points to your iSeries.

Check it out, and let us know what your find.

HTH,
DaveSlash
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by:Deepak Chauhan
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This view will be created in your sql server where you created it and you can find it in the view folder of the database i which u run this command.
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by:bergertime
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Ok.....so sometimes Im a little slow.  Refresh is my friend.  Sorry and thanks
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