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Updating AS/400 Linked Server Tables from SQL Server

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One of the strongest features of SQL Server is the ability to connect to disparate data sources and perform queries across multiple sources. New author Basu Hullur brings us a technique that he used to update data on the AS/400 in a much quicker way than previously.

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2007-07-06 (first published: )

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Connect to Lotus Domino using SQL Server Linked Server

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Many Enterprises create and maintain applications that reside on "IBM Lotus Domino Server." Since the Lotus Domino server has the capability of handling applications and messaging, it has become a prime requirement for a SQL Server DBA to cross- reference data or import and export data to and from the Domino database and SQL Server databases. In this article, I am going to discuss how to use SQL Server Linked server to connect to databases that reside on the Lotus Domino server. The steps involved in connecting to the Lotus notes mail server database can be used for connecting to other databases that reside in "Lotus Notes Domino" server.

2005-01-31

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Oracle Link

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SQL Server is the best RDBMS, at least according to the current thinking at SQLServerCentral.com, and is fully capable of meeting all of your database needs. However not all database systems run on SQL Server and it seems that we often see data from some other system being consolidated on SQL Server for additional processing or reporting. DTS usually handles the load, but there are times that you might want create a linked server to an Oracle system for updating individual rows. New author Adria

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2004-12-29

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An Introduction To Linked Servers

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Linked Servers are an interesting technology in SQL Server to allow remote access from within the database to external data sources. They can be a boon in a heterogenous environment with other Oracle, DB2, etc. data sources. But they can also help in a smaller scale against those "hidden" datasources like Excel or Access. New Author Krishna.

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2007-06-08 (first published: )

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