Topic: 2013 NA
Subtopic: DB2 for z/OS
It is a real problem to track SQL performance over the life cycle of large Java frame-work based systems. Anixter solved this problem by developing a process to transfer the Dynamic Statement Cache data into a history table. This table contains a reformatted SQL statement and an Explain Report as well as the statics columns for captured statements. Within this presentation, you will get a detailed introduction to the components that are needed to create a Dynamic SQL Cache History process.
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