[Db2 z/OS] DB2 Utilities in Practice Redpaper

Philip Sevetson

[Db2 z/OS] DB2 Utilities in Practice Redpaper
Heads up to my fellow z DBAs - New Redbook (Redpaper) announced 6/29.

Title: "DB2 Utilities in Practice"
Authors: Craig Friske, Hendrik Mynhardt
74 pgs, 4.8MB
"The paper concentrates on the enhancements provided by Db2 utilities, regardless of the version, albeit some functions and features are available only in Db2 12 for IBM z/OS"

http://www.redbooks.ibm.com/redpapers/abstracts/redp5503.html?Open

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Raymond Bell

[Db2 z/OS] DB2 Utilities in Practice Redpaper
(in response to Philip Sevetson)
Hmmm... shouldn't that have [AD] at the front of it, as the utilities are 'cost plus' items?

Posit: IBM Db2 utilities are exempt from the normal 'no advertising' rules. Discuss. :o)

Cheers,


Raymond

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Heads up to my fellow z DBAs - New Redbook (Redpaper) announced 6/29.

Title: "DB2 Utilities in Practice"
Authors: Craig Friske, Hendrik Mynhardt
74 pgs, 4.8MB
"The paper concentrates on the enhancements provided by Db2 utilities, regardless of the version, albeit some functions and features are available only in Db2 12 for IBM z/OS"

http://www.redbooks.ibm.com/redpapers/abstracts/redp5503.html?Open

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