Notes required on tool selection

K T

Notes required on tool selection
Hi All,
We are considering these tools and see how much useful they will be
for our shop. Any experiences on their benefits corresponding to your
shop will help me decide on them better.

DB2 Bind Manager
DB2 SQL Performance Analyzer
DB2 Path Checker

Plus and minuses will help me too. What I want to do is to boil it down
to see if these will hugely benefit DBA's and systems folks here.

Thank you much,

Kaushal Trivedi

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