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DB2(R) Universal Database for OS/390: An Introduction to DB2(R) OS390 Version 7 cover
  • ISBN: 9780130198488
  • ISBN10: 013019848X

DB2(R) Universal Database for OS/390: An Introduction to DB2(R) OS390 Version 7

by Sloan, Susan Graziano
Hernandez, Ann Kilty

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  • Binding: Paperback
  • Edition: 1
  • Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR
  • Publish date: 11/20/2000
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I. OVERVIEW. 1. An overview of DB2. Scenarios for using DB2. The IBM data management strategy. The DB2 Universal Database family. Open standards. For more information. 2. DB2 concepts. Structured query language. DB2 data structures. Enforcing business rules. DB2 system structures. Application processes and transactions. Packages and application plans. Distributed data. 3. DB2 for OS/390 architecture. OS/390 overview. DB2 in the OS/390 environment. DB2's lock manager. DB2 and the SecureWay Security Server for OS/390. DB2's attachment facilities. Distributed data facility. The Parallel Sysplex environment. For more information. II. WORKING WITH YOUR DATA. 4. Designing objects and relationships. Logical database design. Physical database design. For more information. 5. SQL: The language of DB2. Executing SQL. Writing SQL queries to answer questions: the basics. Putting the rows in order: ORDER BY. For more information. 6. Writing an application program. Using integrated development environments. What programming languages and methods can you use? Preparing an application program to run. Static SQL applications. Dynamic SQL applications. Using Java to execute static and dynamic SQL. Using ODBC to execute dynamic SQL. Using an application program as a stored procedure. For more information. 7. Implementing your database design. Defining your tables. Defining columns and rows in a table. Defining a table space. Defining databases. Defining your views. Defining indexes. Defining relationships with referential constraints. Defining large objects. Defining other business rules. For more information. 8. Managing DB2 performance. Understanding performance issues. Know the performance requirements. Moving data efficiently through the system. Improving performance for multiple users: Locking and concurrency. Improving query performance. Other performance considerations. For more information. 9. Managing DB2 operations. Tools for managing DB2. Issuing commands and running utilities. Managing data sets. Authorizing users to access data. Backup and recovery. Database changes and data consistency. For more information. III. SPECIALIZED TOPICS. 10. DB2 and the Web. Architectural characteristics of Web applications. Server-side programming on the Web. Application servers on the Web. Web products and tools. Using XML. For more information. 11. Accessing distributed data. Introduction to accessing distributed data. Programming techniques for accessing remote servers. Coordinating updates. Minimizing network messages. For more information. 12. Data sharing with your DB2 data. Advantages of DB2 data sharing. Improves availability of data. How data sharing works. Some data sharing considerations. For more information. IV. APPENDIXES. Appendix A. Example tables in this book. Employee table. Department table. Project table. Employee-to-project activity table. Products table. Parts table. Appendix B. Notices. Trademarks. Appendix C. Glossary. Appendix D. Bibliography. Index.
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