Point-and-click your way to building a repeatable, dynamic Excel spreadsheet from DB2.
Written by Tom Snyder
Thanks for sticking it out through my preliminary Microsoft articles. It's about to pay off. Creating Excel spreadsheets from DB2 seems to be a common theme these days, with multiple ways of going about it. The topic of this article is using SQL Server Integration Services (SSIS) with DB2, but it's only the tip of the iceberg for articles to come in the interests of business intelligence, data warehousing, and website feeds.
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