Microsoft Excel is used in the business world for a multitude of reasons: basic accounting, product sales tracking, revenue charting, and customer data, to name a few. Although some organizations have migrated toward web solutions to manage their data reporting needs, many organizations still rely on Excel for core business reporting and analysis activities. There are a number of existing solutions to export DB2/400 data into Excel, but most are costly and lack easy filtering capabilities. ...

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