Microsoft SQL Server 2008 and IBM® i Integration

October 16, 2008

As the use of sophisticated development tools in the 1990s became widespread, Microsoft Windows® gained ground as the client or client-server environment of choice for accessing data stored in DB2® databases running on IBM® i (iSeries and AS/400) systems. Numerous applications, both custom and packaged, have been developed to use the de-facto standards for data access introduced by Microsoft®: ODBC, OLE DB and more recently .NET data providers.

This white paper discusses products, tools and solutions from Microsoft and HiT Software for complete, transparent integration between corporate relational databases on multiple platforms.

No Previous Flipbooks

Next Flipbook
Dispelling the Myths About ODBC
Dispelling the Myths About ODBC

Get the facts on ODBC read-only connections and how technical teams can utilize them.