How to join DB2 for iSeries (AS/400) and KAWO

Discover how to join DB2 for iSeries (AS/400) with KAWO for integrated analysis.

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Replicate DB2 for iSeries (AS/400) and KAWO data into one target storage and analyze it with your BI Tool.
How to join DB2 for iSeries (AS/400) and KAWO with Pipes


About DB2 for iSeries (AS/400)

IBM DB2 is a relational database management system for enterprise-wide solutions developed by IBM. A relational database is a database in which all of the data is logically contained in tables. These databases are organized according to the relational model. In a relational database like IBM DB2, referential integrity ensures data integrity by enforcing rules with referential constraints, check constraints, and triggers.

About KAWO

KAWO is a Chinese social media management a tool that repackages existing Western social media accounts into Chinese media accounts. The platform enables anyone to create active Chinese social media accounts by automatically synchronizing their existing Facebook and Twitter pages with their Chinese social media counterparts.

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