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SSIS And Iseries/As400 Problems

SSIS And Iseries/As400 Problems

SSIS And Iseries/As400 Problems

I've always had problems pulling data from our AS400/Iseries to our SQL Server 2000 server.  They just don't seem to like each other.  The only thing that works well is DTS.

Now I am trying to pull data into SQL Server 2005 Express via SSIS and I am having problems.

I right click my database, select 'tasks' and the
'import data' to start up the SSIS wizard.   I select IBM DB2 UDB for Iseries IBMDA400 OLEDB Providor, click on properties and fill in the ip address, username etc and test the connection successfully.

I set up a select statement to pull in the data I want but when trying to edit the mapping, I get a pretty useless error message.

'Column information for the source and destination could not be retrieved.  No error message available, result code:DB_CANTCANCEL (0x00040E15)'.

Can anybody give me some pointers on eactly what is going wrong here?

Dazed and confused

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