EMS Data Import 2007 for DB2 3.1

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EMS Data Import for DB2 is a powerful tool to import your data quickly from MS Excel, MS Access, DBF, TXT and CSV files to DB2 tables. DB2 Data Import includes a wizard, which allows you to set all the import options for different files visually.

Software information
Platform:
Windows 7/Vista/XP/2000/95/98
Publisher:
EMS Software Development
Price:
$95
File size:
6.43 Mb
Date added:
November 8, 2007
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Description from the Publisher
EMS DB2 Data Import is a powerful tool to import your data quickly from MS Excel, MS Access, DBF, TXT, CSV and XML files to DB2 tables. It provides adjustable import parameters, including: source data formats for all the fields and destination data formats for the selected fields, etc. The tool includes a wizard, which allows you to set all the import options for different files visually, and a command-line utility to execute import in one-touch.
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