Articles & Content
Topic: 2006 NA
DATE: 2006-05-09 (04:00 PM - 05:10 PM)
SPEAKERS: Martin Lurie (IBM)
Blame the database first, then determine the problem! Sound familiar? This session will show you how to defend yourself and your database from the blame game. The session will focus on how to track the status and response time of your database. A lightweight agent will be explained and then quality control reports will be generated from the database that the agent creates. Sample code will be provided. This technique can be applied to any database, the examples shown will be based on Informix.
EXP. LEVEL: Intermediate,Advanced
Prove the database is not to blame
Track response times and up time
Get source code for the agent and reporting system
Use J2EE technology to report on your database
See how to develop for Informix or DB2
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