IBM DB2 UDB Overview for Programmers Course
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This course is for programmers who are writing applications to run on a DB2 database server. The course allows you to get a better understanding of the basic way in which the server works and how this may affect the performance of your application. The database server architecture and many important features relevant to programmers are described. You will also look at the structure of tables, indexes and what can be done to ensure data is entered correctly.
- Previous programming experience using DB2
- Use of Unix file system and vi editor - basic vi commands only are necessary
- Knowledge of SQL
Database server architecture
Database Tables, Views, Indexes and Constraints
Data maintenance utilities: Reorgchk, Reorg and Runstats
Query optimization (including Explain plans)
Static and dynamic SQL
Locking and concurrency
Stored procedures and triggers