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Spring Batch using Db2

By David P. Morris, Jr., Leidos Health Software Development Analyst Introduction Db2 Batch processing has long been considered a mainframe only domain. Many enterprise domain applications require bulk processing of large volumes of data for mission critical environments. But, what if we...

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ORM, Hibernate and JPA

Business data is usually stored in relational databases, where it persists for use by enterprise applications. Applications use SQL, typically embedded within a programming language, to store and retrieve the data. Increasingly popular object-oriented languages like Java support relational...

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IDUG Tech Talk: "I'm a DBA, not a Developer!" – with Apologies to Dr. Leonard McCoy

DBAs frequently get called on to develop “quick” database scripts and programs, never mind that we don’t have the time, the tools, or the training. From a quick, little runstats script in ksh, to a full blown application to load data or “fix a few rows”, it seems that if it is in the...

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How to improve Java ORM SQL Performance on DB2 for z/OS

Introduction For the past 30 years, our focus as DB2 for z/OS database administrators has been on the support of COBOL programs with static queries that were relatively easy to control as they were identical throughout the business logic. Static SQL provided persisted access paths in the...

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Java Stored Procedures in DB2 for z/OS

Java stored procedures were introduced to DB2 for z/OS Version 7 and have had many enhancements since then. With the announcement of the zSeries Application Assist Processor (zAAP), Java (TM) on z/OS becomes more attractive for many customers. This presentation will describe the setup and...