DB2 Universal Database (UDB) for z/OS and OS/390 Application Programming
Our DB2 experts use lecture, learning checks and workshops to teach the following topics: DB2 relational concepts, normalized table design, use of SPUFI to access and update DB2 tables, use of embedded SQL statements, pre-compiler/bind options and the use of DB2 indexes for performance.
Designed for application programmers and analysts who want to code SQL and embedded SQL applications using DB2’s RDBMS.
Optional: Illustrate DB2 components and their roles within CICS and IMS/TM.
Our DB2 experts can cover any and all topics on this subject—topics can be added or deleted per Client’s needs.
Pre-Requisites: Working knowledge of COBOL and TSO/ISPF.
WORKSTATIONS AND MAINFRAME ACCESS ARE NEEDED FOR THIS SESSION.
After taking this class, participant may take QMF, Advanced DB2, Stored Procedures, DB2 Design, and DB2 Administration.
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