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MS Access to DB2

MS Access to DB2

MS Access to DB2

I have about 100 MSAccess tables which needs to migrate to DB2. What is the best way to do it. I migrate to SQLServer 2000 sucessfully, but my goal is DB2.

Any help is appreciated.

RE: MS Access to DB2

The access forum may be better but sense you are in sql server I would leave it there and transfer to db2 from that engine.

sql servers transform services are going to be far better than, well none in access winky smile

If you have the DB2 provider on your machine (or server) just use DTS to transfer the data.  Just make sure it is located in the correct table space and such on DB2.  You'll have to edit the data types in the transform of course.  

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RE: MS Access to DB2

Thaks guys. DTS worked ok. Next time I will post in appropriate forum.

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