The new IBM Access for Linux ODBC driver makes it easy for open-source software to access your DB2 for i databases.
The strong momentum behind open-source software such as the Linux OS is causing many IBM i shops to look at complementing their core business solutions running on IBM i with add-on Linux applications. For these complementary Linux applications to provide value, most of these apps will need access to the business data stored in your DB2 for i databases. Fortunately for IBM i developers, the IBM i OS provides multiple data access solutions that include ODBC and JDBC drivers. The data access ...
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