Topic: 2012 NA
Subtopic: DB2 for z/OS
You can’t have a table without having a table space and to successfully manipulate a table, skills in managing and manipulating table spaces are also often necessary. As of DB2 9, DB2 for z/OS has added some significant improvements to how table space structures are created and behave with the introduction of universal table spaces. With DB2 10, this new table space structure has already had some noteworthy enhancements. Universal table spaces could dramatically improve your DB2 experience. Whether you are a programmer, DBA, or systems person, a strong working understanding of universal table spaces could be vital. This presentation gives you the details behind how universal table spaces are implemented, how they can be used, and a look at how they have been enhanced with the delivery of DB2 10 for z/OS.
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