There has been quite a bit of attention paid to the access path stability features of DB2 for z/OS since they first appeared in DB2 9. Enhancements have followed in each subsequent release. This article will discuss these features.
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.
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.