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DB2 Universal Database for OS/390 Version 7.1 Certification Guide

DB2 Universal Database for OS/390 Version 7.1 Certification Guide

Richard Yevich, Susan Lawson

632 pages, parution le 01/10/2001

Résumé

Direct from IBM, this comprehensive day-to-day reference for running DB2 UDB in OS/390 environments is also the only book that delivers the depth of knowledge professionals need to pass IBM's challenging DB2 for OS/390 certification exam. Full of useful tips, practical techniques, and expert guidelines, it covers virtually every aspect of working with DB2 UDB in OS/390 and z/OS environments: administration, connectivity, middleware, development, and much more.

Richard Yevich and Susan Lawson begin with a detailed introduction to the DB2 UDB product family, the DB2 environment, and essential DB2 access controls, including subsystem access, access to DB2 objects, and auditing. In Part II, the authors introduce SQL, reviewing data structures, database objects, basic database design, and advanced SQL techniques for OLAP and other applications. Yevich and Lawson present in-depth coverage of DB2 UDB administration: maintaining and sharing data; database monitoring, tuning, and recovery; and more. The book concludes a detailed section on application development, covering cursors, stored procedures, triggers, object-relational extensions, locking, concurrency, and more.

For every DB2 administrator, developer, and certification candidate working in OS/390 environments.

Contents

Introduction to DB2 UDB for OS/390

  • Product overview
  • Environment
  • Controlling data access
Using SQL
  • Database objects
  • Manipulating database objects
  • Adavanced SQL
DB2 UDB for OS/390 and z/OS administration
  • Maintaining Data
  • Database recovery
  • Data sharing
  • Performance monitoring and tuning
Developing applications
  • Applications development overview
  • Development consideration
  • Advanced functions
  • Looking and concurrency
Appendixes
  • DB2 UDB for OS/390 and z/OS certification
  • Bibliography
  • index

L'auteur - Richard Yevich

Richard Yevich is an internationally recognized consultant and teacher and principal of YL&A, Inc., a firm specializing in consulting, performance audits, performance publications, and Web database software development which assists businesses in exploiting e-commerce technologies. An IBM Gold Consultant for DB2 and S/390, he co-authored Data Warehouse Practical Advice from the Experts (Prentice Hall PTR) and DB2 Answers, and is widely published in trade journals and magazines.

L'auteur - Susan Lawson

Susan Lawson, Principal Consultant with YL&A, has worked with DB2 for over a dozen years. She has served as an IBM Data Sharing advocate, supporting many large DB2 customers and providing technical expertise for migration to DB2 Data Sharing in Parallel Sysplex environments. Now a Director of the Midwest DB2 Users Group and IBM Gold Consultant for DB2 and S/390, she is Technical Editor of the IDUG Solutions Journal.

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Éditeur(s) Prentice Hall
Auteur(s) Richard Yevich, Susan Lawson
Parution 01/10/2001
Nb. de pages 632
Format 17,5 x 23,5
Couverture Broché
Poids 971g
Intérieur Noir et Blanc
EAN13 9780130650764

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