With many high-profile data security breaches, data encryption has become a focus item up to the CIO and CEO levels. Any loss or exposure of sensitive data might cause irreparable damage to the business and might result in high penalties. One of the ways to protect data is using encryption.
Availability of data is a must these days. Everything has to be up and running, data outages are becoming few and far between and preferable non-existing. With every release Db2 for z/OS becomes more highly available; however this requires the usage of new features and structures.
This article explores the settings that take advantage of the Db2 for z/OS continuous delivery features when dynamic SQL applications are using a JDBC type 4 connection.
Beginning with your migration to Db2 12 for z/OS, you will be embarking on a new journey called continuous delivery. This new way of delivering new features into IBM program products such as Db2 for z/OS will change the migration process and the way you deal with applications going forward.
Referential integrity (RI) is the state in which all values of all foreign keys are valid. Both traditional RI and temporal RI are relationships between pairs of tables, in which the business rules are represented. In Db2 V8, informational RI (with NOT ENFORCED keyword) was added to benefit certain