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XML - What It Means to DBAs (I07)

Topic: 2007 NA

Subtopic: DB2 for LUW



DATE: 2007-5-8 (01:40 PM - 02:40 PM)
SPEAKERS: Roger E. Sanders (Network Appliance, Inc.)

With DB2 Version 9, XML documents can be stored in their native format (in other words, without having to be converted into large objects or be shredded and stored into tables) along side relational data. This new "pure" XML storage enables quick information retrieval from the documents with either SQL or XQuery. But what does this capability mean to the DBA who is responsible for the "care and feeding" of the database that contains XML data? This presentation will cover the concepts a DBA needs to know in order to create and manage an XML-enabled database.

EXP. LEVEL: Intermediate

OBJECTIVES:

Creating an XML-enabled database

The XML data type - creating tables with XML columns

Inserting, updating, and deleting XML data

Indexes and XML columns; RUNSTATS and XML data

Importing and Exporting XML data



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