Re: New DB2 Web Query offering
"Dr.UgoGagliardelli" <do.not.spam.me.please@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
il 01/08/2007 5.57, Scrive Richard Schoen 40392272:
Looks like it could be interesting, however there are already several More or less. What's very interesting is that as this product is the dirct
query products on the market today and this offering from IBM looks to be
simply the light version of an Information Builders product.
substitution for query/400, thus convert *QRYDFN objects, is free for
customers tha have a sw maintinance (former sw subscription) and in the
past purchased query/400 (57**-QU1)
Should be mentioned that it requires V5R4. Other than that, it looks worth
a look. (Unfortunately, we're on V5R3.)
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