This month’s theme is DB2 for z/OS performance, to start us of is an article by Ludovic Janssens of Infocura. In his article “JAVA frameworks for JDBC access”, he talks about the different performance choices and pitfalls that come into play when developing using frameworks.
Check out this presentation by Joe Burns of Highmark that outlines some solutions to common problems with SQL.
Rodney Krick has made available an analyzer for the DB2 JCC Trace on the IDUG Codeplace here -
He has written a tutorial on how to use it, which we are delighted to share with the IDUG Community -
Back in October 2013 IDUG published a comprehensive white paper covering the new features and functions of DB2 11 for z/OS from an IDUG user perspective. This blog contains some important updates!
In the past, it was up to the user to organize not only the archiving process, but also ensure proper coding of SQL to include or exclude the archive data. This article provides an overview of the new transparent archive capabilities introduced by DB2 11 for z/OS.