Depending on table size, and a bunch of other items, I might be tempted to
do a quick csv dump on the iseries side, ftp the table to the target and
then do an import at the target. Used this to do oracle
migrations/refreshes on AIX and it works like a champ.


I don't have all the details yet, but I have an associate who needs to

migrate data from an AS/400 - iSeries - IBM i system to a DB2 LUW
most likely running on a Windows server.

I am not yet sure which version of either platform yet, but can anyone
provide what options are available which do NOT require the $$$$ DB2
feature on the midrange side?


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