• Subject: RE: Connecting Microsoft Solutions with legacy systems
  • From: "Holliday, Gary" <Gary.Holliday@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 19 Jan 2001 09:14:59 -0000

Phil Groschwitz wrote:
> In a TCP/IP environment where there is an AS/400 and
> NT on the same lan - SNA server is still what to use? 
> Is it using SNA or can it use TCP/IP between the two?

We have an AS/400 and two NT servers using TCP/IP, we don't have SNA Server.
I've used the Client Access ODBC driver to get data into our SQL Server data
warehouse. Works fine, the main gotcha I've found is that Client Access had
an older version of the MS Data Access Components, reinstalling the version
sorted that out.

I'd be interested to know any advantages SNA Server may bring us.


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