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Java and DB2 for Dummies (H03)

Topic: Cross Platform DB2 for z/OS & LUW

Subtopic: 2009



DATE: 2009-5-12 (01:30 PM - 02:30 PM)
SPEAKERS: John Mallonee (Highmark, Inc.)

Java is no longer a new technology, but has been used for business applications for years now. However, not everyone has had the opportunity to work very closely with this application platform. Also, business applications written in Java continue to evolve and morph over time. This session will provide a quick review of basic terms and concepts for the language, how applications are developed, and the environment in which they commonly execute. We'll also look at some of the ways that DB2 is accessed from Java and the web including how security is handled to the application and to DB2. Finally, we'll address some common issues encountered by customers who deploy and maintain applications as well as changing trends. This presentation was originally made at IDUG NA 2007, but has been updated.

EXP. LEVEL: Beginner

OBJECTIVES:

Java Basics - What is the Java language, why do we use it, and what are some basic terms and concepts?

Java Development/Runtime Environment - How is a Java application developed and what does the execution environment look like?

Java and DB2 - What are some common ways for integrating DB2 with Java applications for data persistence?

Security - What are some common security mechanisms used for applications and the DB2 data they access?

Issues and Trends - What are some of the inherent issues with these applications and what are some more recent trends?



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