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IDUG is proud to host a NEW event in 2024 – join us for a 16-session track at IDUG @ IBM TechXchange, January 23-25! More information and session...

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Welcome to our new website! We have a brand new look and updated technology in an effort to better serve all our members. We hope that you'll enjoy...

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As you know, the cost of data warehouses is significantly dependent on the cost of storing significant amounts of data, and implementing COS support...

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I've got the Db2 instance up and running now, am I production ready?

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IBM provides a cloud-based version of Db2 LUW.  It is a full version of Db2 LUW Version 11.5.  The Db2 in the cloud can be very powerful and highly...

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If you would have asked me one month ago to come up with a query that coughs up missing numbers, I would have told you that there is no such a need...

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Our shop runs a number of non-mainframe applications that connect to Db2 through DDF. One of these applications is IBM Datapower Gateway...

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You want to write a program that connects to Db2 for z/OS and runs queries, updates the tables, and all the stuff you would expect from a database...

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65 million years ago, or so it seems to many, COBOL-programming dinosaurs roamed the earth. They accessed their Db2 data with highly efficient...

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Let me openly admit that my first treatment of this topic was a very thorough top-down, lecture style, technical approach … until Michael Keaton...

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First off, I strongly recommend readers to review Chapter 1 of this series - The Book of Db2 Pacemaker – Chapter 1: Red pill or Blue pill? It...

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The following is a collection of SQL tips and reminders about modern SQL that some people may have forgotten.  These SQL tips are ...

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