• Subject: Re: Data exchange between MS Access & AS/400
  • From: Tim Truax <truax@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 12 Mar 1999 20:49:58 -0500

Hello Denis,
Why can't you just make a MS Access Query of the data you are interested in..
Then save the results of the Query to a .TXT or .CSV.
Then simply upload that file to the AS400.
Generating an MS Access macro for this purpose should be somewhat easy.

Denis Robitaille wrote:

> Hello all,
> Here is the situation: We have a production system written in MS access 
>(include raw material receiving, comsumption ...). This data base is on an NT 
>sever. I need to transfer (about 3 times a day) from the access data base to 
>the AS/400 the raw material receiving and comsumption transactions and from 
>the AS/400 to the access data base the new orders.
> Since i dont know access very much, i need help on how to exchage information 
>between the 2 platform. I tought i could simply FTP files between the 2 
>systems but it seems that all the access tables are contained in a single 
> If anyone can give me some hints as to how to do this or as where i can get 
>more info, i would apreciate it very much.

Tim & Dana Truax and ... Caleb 5 yrs!
Home web page- http://members.xoom.com/truax

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