SQL is way more than a data access language. Join author and internationally-recongised DB2 consultant Dan Luksetich for this informative and entertaining presentation on the power of SQL.
In this month with focus on "legacy migration" we last week focussed on the interaction between new technologies and DB2.This week we'll put the focus on migrating to a new release of DB2, both and z/OS and LUW. The first article deals with rebinding after migrating on DB2 for z/OS.
The first article on this months topic "legacy migrations" is written by our young volunteer Ludovic Janssens of Infocura in Belgium. He provides us with a very good overview of the possibilities of new technologies.
There are circumstances that some columns of a very large table need to be updated for various reasons. If this requirement is triggered by Application Developers and Business Users, generally and unfortunately, an SQL UPDATE program is written. Hopefully it COMMITS well frequently, it might create
I was the conference chair for IDUG North America in Anaheim, CA in 2011. During the opening session I had the privilege of honoring Roger Miller and his contributions to DB2 and IDUG as it would be Roger’s last IDUG conference before his retirement. We presented Roger with a crystal globe which w