I use Scott's JDBC Access Program. Works like a charm. I create stored
procedures in SQL Server to access the data but that is my preference. Let
me know if you want some examples.

On Mon, Jun 13, 2011 at 1:22 PM, Dave Snyder <DSnyder@xxxxxxxx> wrote:

I have a need to access a SQL database from an iSeries to perform some
reporting. The SQL DB is on a Windows server. Is this possible and where do
I start?

Dave

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