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Re: ETL Products for Data Warehouse on the iSeries



fixed

Have you looked at the products from Advanced Systems Concepts? 
www.asc-iseries.com

Once you've got the DW built, push the data to the other platform.

Paul Nelson
Arbor Solutions, Inc.
708-670-6978  Cell
pnelson@xxxxxxxxxx





"Dave Odom" <Dave.Odom@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
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Of those of you that have actually built Data Warehouses on the iSeries
or AS/400, what ETL products do you like and why?  I'd especially like
to know about tools and solutions that run the extraction and
transformation engine on the iSeries when moving data FROM the iSeries
to another data warehouse on, say, an Oracle platform on NT.    What do
you think about RODIN or Sunopsis? 

I'd also like to see solutions that are good at getting data from
various file systems and data base engines with the iSeries DB2 engine
as the target.  It would be even better if the solution ran on iSeries
and either Linux or AIX. 

The first data warehouse is projected for the iSeries, if someone like
MicroStrategies has good decision support and OLAP tools to work off
that platform.

Thanks in advance for your help and advice,

Dave Odom
Arizona
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