Articles & Content
Topic: 2007 EU
Subtopic: DB2 for z/OS
DATE: 2007-11-8 (10:30 - 11:30)
SPEAKERS: Stewart Smith (Standard Life)
Standard Life has embraced SOA architecture and part of this involved the adoption of DB2 Stored Procedures.Since 2004, the use of Stored Procedures has revolutionised our SOA architecture and application development. This presentation revisits some of the early challenges, both technical and in development terms.Following our successful early experiences, I discuss how our use of Stored Procedures has evolved, particularly the use of SQL/PL Stored procedures and how this has opened up our mainframe to our Java programmers. There have been trips and falls along the way and these are discussed.
EXP. LEVEL: Beginner
Attendees will learn about some of the important technical questions they will have to address when adopting DB2 Stored Procedures to run in an SOA environment
Attendees will learn about some of the important development stratagies they will have to consider when adopting DB2 Stored Procedures to run in an SOA environment
Attendees will learn about some of the gotchas that can get you when using Stored Procedures.
Attendees will learn about some of the implications of enabling Java Programmers to write data services for DB2 z/os
Attendees will learn about some of the different designs that are possible based on using stored procedures
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