I don't know the details, but we have a program developed by UPS that
updates shipping and inventory information, and another in the works that
will accept data entered via a telephone Voice Response Unit to accept
sales reports. Both of these use ODBC to access data in our System i
tables, and updates/writes to transaction tables.

The UPS program uses VB to update the data, and the telephone VRU uses
SQL. Each application writes to a transaction file, which in turn runs
through various edits (RPG programs) before being posted to the primary
data base files.


Steven Morrison
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Write in tables from access

How can I configure ODBC driver of iSeries to write in AS400 tables
from Access.

I know it's possible to do it from iSeries Navigator. but how from Access?


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