I would like to select data from DB2/400 and insert it into a table in a Windows DB2 in one SQL. What is the best way to accomplish this? I am able to do this between two Microsoft SQL Servers by linking one database to another. Is there something similar for DB2?
Another alternative supported by DB2 UDB for Windows is:
DECLARE c1 CURSOR FOR SELECT * FROM db2iseries_nickname ; LOAD db2luw_table FROM c1 OF CURSOR REPLACE
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