As mentioned here, Excel will query DB2/400 on it's own using MS-Query. You
will need an ODBC, and you need to set up a DSN. You can also call SQL
stored procedures on the 400, which gives some awesome capabilities. 

Odds are you already own the products you need. Feel free to contact me
offline for more details.

Wally M Carr
Business Systems Analyst
The Bergquist Company

message: 2
date: Fri, 4 Apr 2003 10:22:57 -0500
from: buser@xxxxxxxxxxxx
subject: Pulling Data from Spreadsheets

   We are looking for a product that will pull data off the AS/400   BPCS
and populate this data into cells on an Excel Spreadsheet.&nbs   Does anyone
know of any third party products that will automatically int   egrate Excel
with BPCS running on an AS/400.  I know we can use Client   Access to
download and import into Excel, but I am looking for something
   m   knowledge.<    
   Jerry Hunt</D   Neuville Industries Inc.

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