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This course is designed to review concepts of using DB2 UDB (Universal Database). UDB object components will be presented along with communication and security aspects. Basic and advanced SQL techniques will be used. Program design issues will be considered which effect concurrency and integrity (i.e. locking) and performance.
5 Days/Lecture & Lab
This course is designed for Application Programmers and Designers.
The student must have relevant operating systems experience (AIX, OS/2 or Windows) and COBOL or 'C' programming experience.
Last Update: May 25, 2013