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    Things I Wish I Hadn't Told You... (F07)

    Topic: 2008 NA

    Subtopic: DB2 for z/OS



    DATE: 2008-05-20 (01:30 PM - 02:30 PM)
    SPEAKERS: Bonnie Baker (Bonnie Baker Corporation)

    Starting back with my first 'Things I Wish They Had Told Me 8 Years Ago' presentation I have been telling DBA's and application programmers about silly little tricks to use to make DB2 behave correctly. With DB2 9 for z/OS several of these silly little tricks are no longer needed because DB2 9 now behaves correctly. Even if you didn't use these tricks you may have had problems without even being aware of them. Rebinding in DB2 9 will resolve the problems you didn't know you had. Attend this presentation to 'unlearn' all the things I have been telling you to do over the years.

    EXP. LEVEL: Beginner

    OBJECTIVES:

    Brief review of DB2 V8.

    What does DB2 9 bring to the table?

    The old tricks that are no longer needed.

    Impact of rebinding.

    Other DB2 9 programmer friendly features.



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