Please watch your words Richard, Dick is one of the senior member not only in this site but various other technical sites....may be he mistook ur requirement ..its not that somebody doesnt know the diff and he also
suggested to google it....please take this in postive sense..
I Refrain from posting such comments going further.
And we will definitely get back with answers on reply ...someone or the other will post.
It's Princeton Softech's Access™ for DB2(ADB2) -- Access for DB2 provides a unique JOIN capability, allowing you to edit two or more related tables at the same time. You can join from parent to child, child to parent and, unlike any other product, display data in a cycle.
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