How do I transfer/migrate data from Oracle DB to iSeries flat files?
The easiest way to migrate data from Oracle is to export the Oracle data into a delimited format, FTP that file to the iSeries, and then use the CPYFRMIMPF CL command.
The DB2 Migration Toolkit for Oracle uses this approach as well. Visit the following Web page for links on how to download this migration toolkit.
MORE INFORMATION ON THIS TOPIC
Check out this Search400.com Featured Topic: Database issues resolved
Search400.com's targeted search engine: Get relevant information on DB2/400.
The Best Web Links: Tips, tutorials and more.
Dig Deeper on DB2 UDB (universal databases)
Related Q&A from Kent Milligan
When working with DB2 files with columns that have both short and long names, there is no option choose which column names are returned via ODBC ... Continue Reading
When developing tables in a parent-child relationship, use a primary key and a foreign key along with a unique ID to make your database easier to ... Continue Reading
IBM did not change the default of the reuse deleted files function to YES for physical files in order to minimize the impact on any existing ... Continue Reading
Have a question for an expert?
Please add a title for your question
Get answers from a TechTarget expert on whatever's puzzling you.