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Using JDBC java code - how can I connect to IBM AS400 iSERIES to read data

 
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Hi Ranchers,

Using Java - JDBC code, i need to connect to our AS400 ISERIRES SYSTEM TO READ DATA FROM CERTAIN TABLE.

I been fighting on this once past couple days.

In our system, there are different environments and I need to connect - they are like Databases in a single RDBMS system.

could some one help me in this regards " USING JDBC how to connect to AS400 i seeries server and read the data from tables"

Any help really appriciated.

Kind regards,VIJAY

 
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AS 400/iSeries is hardware; what DB server is it using - DB2? If so, searching for "jdbc db2" or some such is sure to yield results.
 
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IBM supplies JDBC drivers for the iSeries and DB2 is the built-in database. There's no real difference between using JDBC to interface with an iSeries machine and using JDBC to interface with any other database/OS.

For details, check out the docs at ibm.com.
 
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Iseries and java!! Be still my heart!



 
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