Can you tell me what I need to access data in a MS SQL database from the iSeries?
The white paper you are looking for is Heterogeneous Data Access for iSeries Applications.
To access a non-DB2 data source (including Microsoft SQL Server) from an iSeries program written in any high-level programming language, use WebSphere Information Integrator (Formerly DB2 Information Integrator - DB2 II). This product requires that the data access to be performed with an SQL-based interface such as CLI, embedded SQL, or JDBC.
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