IDUG is dedicated to the support of not only database administrators, but also developers who use our databases. This means that we’re dedicated to sharing information about the many features of SQL and of DB2 in particular. Why is this important? Well, for some very basic reasons.
April 2015 “Fun with SQL” third Challenge
This month on the Content Committee blog we’ll be doing an online version of the “Fun with SQL” dojo. Each week we’ll present an SQL challenge and request the community to solve it.
We always assume that tuning, will result in actual monetary savings. Well, with IBMs Measured Workload Pricing this is not always the case. Join well known DB2 speaker Phil Grainger as he explains how IBMs MLC works in practice and what this means to our DB2 world.
Learn to use the Command Line Processor (CLP) on your DB2 for z/OS systems to run commands that SPUFI doesn't support.
IBM Data Studio is a no-charge product provided by IBM to allow users, developers and administrators to interact with databases from a client machine.