(John Campbell and Paul McWilliams) Fast index traversal is one of the the most important new performance features in Db2 12 for z/OS. It is an in-memory index performance optimization that enables Db2 to do fast index lookup, by avoiding expensive index B-tree traversal.
Author: SSWUG Research
(Rupesh Kahane) We have already seen how to create your first Angular application in my previous article, i.e., Getting started with Angular 5. Now, in this article, we will learn what a component is and how to create components.
(Grant Fritchey) Starting with SQL Server 2016 Sp1 CU2, a new way of directly querying statistics, specifically the histogram, has been introduced: dm_db_stats_histogram. We’ve always been able to query the statistics using DBCC SHOW_STATISTICS.
(Craig S. Mullins) If you have heard anything about Db2 Version 12 chances are that you have heard about continuous delivery. Instead of waiting 2 to 3 years for a new version of Db2 to be released, new functionality will be continuously delivered on a regular basis.
(Rick Strahl) If you’re a Web developer, you probably have noticed that our industry is thriving on extremely rapid change. You step away from the Web world for a month and you come back and there are 20 new things you need to look at.
Connecting from SSRS 2016 to SSAS using HTTP/MSMDPump and Basic Authentication – ‘Object reference not set to an instance of an object’
(Krishnakumar Rukmangathan) After upgrading to SSRS 2016 SP1 CU8, or SSRS 2016 SP2, you might see the following error when running reports or connecting to a SSAS data source using HTTP/MSMDPump with Basic Authentication, “Object reference not set to an instance of an object.”
(Kenneth Fisher) I get to help with technical interviews every now and again, and one of the questions we always ask is “What are the system databases, and what are they for.”
(Dustin Marx) JDK 11 will probably be bringing a few new methods to the String class! Most of them focus on redefining white space for a more consistent approach.
(Ben Nadel) Lately, I’ve been trying to understand how, when, and where to use a store-based state management approach like NgRx Store (or Redux, or MobX, etc).