I looked at SAC today - as far as I can see, this product is not there for download - there is an old one from 2003 or 2004 that has nothing to do with this, except the name, AFAIK.
Saw Tom McKinley give a presentation on it at RPG & DB2 Summit - it looks very impressive, may have some of the same issues that Crystal does (possibility of poorly formed generic SQL), but they might be working on it. It's based on a product from another company - not IBM. Extra bits come from them. You can get add-ins - forgot the name they use (handlers?) - for other RDBMS - even can do federated queries - JOINs between disparate databases - but I bet that involves the SPDMNY command.
At 07:12 PM 10/5/2007, you wrote:
Couldn't you do an evaluation on the 270 (if that was all you were
Bummer that it is so pricey. You'd be better off to buy into the
Software Access Catalog program for $795.00 You get access to whole kit
and kaboodle of IBM Software (for evaluation purposes) for a year.
Perhaps that could be an option for you.
Joe Pluta wrote:
From: Pete HelgrenNew machine, Pete. Not the Monster 270 I've been fighting with the last
Aren't you a legacy user of Query/400 and entitled to a "free" upgrade?
I thought current users of Query/400 on SWMA got a license for Web Query
month and a half. This is my development platform.