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Accessing Unisys Database OLE DB as a Linked Server in SQL 7.0 and / o

Accessing Unisys Database OLE DB as a Linked Server in SQL 7.0 and / o

Accessing Unisys Database OLE DB as a Linked Server in SQL 7.0 and / o

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Accessing Unisys Database OLE DB as a Linked Server in SQL 7.0 and / or 2000.

Does anyone have any thoughts / helpful websites/ links with regard to this subject matter?

This question is also posted in the SQL forum.

RE: Accessing Unisys Database OLE DB as a Linked Server in SQL 7.0 and / o

If by 'Unisys Database OLE DB', you have interest in accessing a Unisys Relational Database Server for Clearpath OS 2200 (a.k.a. RDMS), or Network Database Server (a.k.a. DMS) as a linked server using UniAccess, there is a paper detailing configuration of both the ODBC driver and the SQL Server linked server at www.uniaccess.com.  Click on the support link, which will take you to a page containing a number of papers, including "Using Microsoft SQL Server with UniAccess"

Disclosure:  I work for Applied Information Sciences.  UniAccess is our product.  This reply is to provide relevant information and not for marketing purposes.

Regards,
Mike

RE: Accessing Unisys Database OLE DB as a Linked Server in SQL 7.0 and / o

Yes, the question needs clarification.  Is the question about NX or IX databases?

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