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DB2 Basics: Writing SQL with Examples on DB2 10.5 System Views and Table Functions

Some DBAs write SQL every day and others not as much. Come and learn the basics of writing SQL along with a few tips on more advanced features of SQL. Examples will use system views and table functions available in DB2 10.5. This video is geared towards DBAs who don't write SQL on a regular...

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SQL Monitoring with DB2 Onboard Tools - A Comparison

How could I track my SQL statements? This question is adressed in a number of ways in this speech. DB2 LUW offers a lot of tools - like Snapshot Monitor, new and old Event Monitors, Administrative Views and even more - that come with the database product. It will not only be shown how to use...


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[D12] Table Monitors - Who, What, When, Where, Why and How

Snapshot monitoring, you know it and you love it. But in DB2 10 is has been deprecated. They are still there, but it’s time to move on to new and better methods. That’s where the table monitoring functions come in. These functions have all the good stuff you know and love, plus they give...


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[D07] LUW's hidden treasures - Administrative views and routines

Although available for some time, LUW 's administrative views and routines remain a mystery to most LUW administrators and developers. This presentation will describe the added value offered by these views and routines; will present you with specific usage scenario's; and will clearly indicate...