On June 22nd, DB2 changed …
… into Db2. I’m referring to the brand name of Db2, off course the database engines haven’t changed that dramatically in one day. You probably already noticed the name change on IBM’s web pages related to the database portfolio. IDUG is now challenged to implement the na
XML and JSON support the storage of complex data structures. Standardizing your structures requires using a formal schema.
It is pretty clear that one of the key technologies of the moment is JSON. And this is reflected in many of the latest advances associated with DB2. There are many JSON-related developments. Should we give up on XML?
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When Oracle bought Peoplesoft, Siebel, and JD Edwards, an opportunity arose for IBM and SAP to work together to provide a superior ERP offering. SAP sales representatives received compensation for selling DB2, and many large companies migrated from Oracle to DB2.
SAP and IBM have held joint develop