IDUG is dedicated to the support of not only database administrators, but also developers who use our databases. This means that we’re dedicated to sharing information about the many features of SQL and of DB2 in particular. Why is this important? Well, for some very basic reasons.
This article by Dan Luksetich continues our recent focus on problem determination. You can download the full article at:
You know it. You’ve just successfully compiled, built, and bound your application program for DB2 for z/OS, but the execution fails with the SQL error code -805. What’s the problem? You’ve just got one of the most common errors each developer encounters. Let’s make a short overview of the -805.
Check out this great article from Jeff Lane about the program preparation process for COBOL programs that use DB2 for z/OS.
This month’s third article is by John Maenpaa. John provides us with the overview of a real life project. The choice was between JSON, XML and traditional relation structure, in order to store complex forms. John talks about measurements and considerations. This article is a must read.