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This course focuses on best practices used to design, create and process a Relational Database structure using up to and including version 10 of DB2 for z/OS.
The student will demonstrate how to use Entity Relationship Modeling and Normalization techniques to design logical data models that can support Referential Integrity.
The student will learn how to define basic DB2 objects, such as Tables, Indexes, Views and Synonyms. The student will demonstrate how to effectively and efficiently use SQL to extract and manipulate data in DB2 database objects, with an emphasis on performance considerations. Participants will design, code and test application programs using embedded SQL to process data in DB2. The students will demonstrate the process of precompiling, compiling, linking and binding DB2 application programs. Students will learn how security is implemented in DB2.
There are many labs throughout the course where the student will be able to practice the skills they have learned in this extensive 5-day course.
5 Days/Lecture & Lab
This course is designed for application programmers and programmer/analysts who will write SQL statements in a high level programming language (such as COBOL, C, PL/1) to manipulate DB2 tables in a mainframe CICS, TSO or IMS/TM environment. This course would also be beneficial to analysts and database administrators who support application teams.
Students should have experience coding in one the programming languages listed (COBOL, C, PL/1), experience with TSO/ISPF and experience with file structures such as VSAM, IMS, or QSAM.
Last Update: June 19, 2013