Articles & Content
Topic: DB2 for z/OS
DATE: 2009-5-15 (08:00 AM - 09:00 AM)
SPEAKERS: Vaughn Overstreet (Wachovia Bank )
SDSNSAMP is a hodgepodge of DB2 bits and pieces designed to assist your shop to get started with DB2. Some pieces are essential to your shop; others are useful hold-overs from DB2's beginnings. Some pieces are useful applications for DBA's, Systems Programmers, and application programmers needing bridges to DB2 for Z/OS.Not many SYSPROG's care to be the owners of DB2 application objects, CLISTS, and programs they do not use or intend to use. A combination of common sense, certain DBA skills, and team work gives considerable value from the 'free' resources found in SDSNSAMP. 1. Go beyond the installation CLIST when migrating from one release of DB2 to the next. 2. The Old Standby's: DSNTIAUL, DSNTIAD, DSNTEP2 (and 4!), DB2I and SPUFI.3. Some critical pieces for multi-platform interfaces.4. RLF and many Stored Procedures, old and new. Do you need to install them? Who will use them? How do you keep track of them? And what about DB2 'Coexistence?'
EXP. LEVEL: Beginner
A list of applications and tools found in SDSNSAMP
A list of skeletons used by the Installation CLIST
Useful Tools for the maintaining the DB2 subsystem
Keeping the metadata tools in sync with the user community and their DB2 interfaces.
Migrating the SDSNSAMP applications to your shop's next release of DB2
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