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Quick start: Integrating Db2 stored procedures and Zowe CLI

Quick start: Integrating Db2 stored procedures and Zowe CLI Richelle Anne Craw Db2 stored procedures by themselves have the benefit of improving programming productivity. What if you combine that with the power of Zowe CLI? Photo by israel palacio on ...

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Why Use Routines in DB2

Why do we have routines in DB2? They allow us to include custom functionality inside our databases. But why do we need them? Should we use them? In the modern days of application-centric development, many developers tend to think of databases as simply a place to keep their information between...

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Implementing Logging in a DB2 Native SQL Stored Procedure

Introduction If you have ever done any development in the .NET or JAVA you may have been exposed to a logging utility from a company called Apache called log4net™, for more information there is a link at the end of this article. This is an open source logging utility which can be used to...

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Using Stored Procedures to Lock Application Objects

We live in a massively multithreaded world. Lots of actions are occurring around us. We are jumping from one task to another. Every now and then, we have to slow down and stop what we are doing to let another task make its way in the stream of activities. That task isn’t necessarily ours. In...

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Help Learning to use IBM Data Studio

IBM Data Studio is a no-charge download that provides lots of functionality for working with DB2 databases on all platforms. IBM Data Studio is built on the Eclipse IDE and is therefore fairly easy for Java Developers to learn and use since many Java development tools are also built on this...

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DB2 For Z/OS Stored Procedures: Trends And Technology z/OS

Stored procedures have been widely used for years in DB2 for Linux, UNIX, and Windows application environments. On the mainframe side, adoption of the technology has been somewhat more limited. That situation is likely to change with the advent of native SQL procedures, delivered in DB2 for z...


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DB2 Statistics and Data Studio (B09)

DATE: 2011-5-5 (08:30 AM - 09:30 AM) SPEAKERS: Bryan Smith (IBM Corportation) This presentation reviews DB2 access path and space statistics; why you need to collect them; and how DB2 uses the information. The real-time statistics are also reviewed and examples are given how you can use them to...


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Get a free lunch with IBM Data Studio (F17)

DATE: 2010-11-11 (11:15 - 12:15) SPEAKERS: Stewart Smith (Standard Life) I don't have a presentation ready on this topic but I have just completed an evaluation of the tool and I am now in the middle of having it packaged and distributed to our development teams where it will be used mainly on...