(Ember Crooks) I have been working with Informix from a user perspective recently. I learned about some of the SQL differences and developed a greater empathy for developers in the process.
(Damir Wilder) Have you ever had a need to quickly find out if a DB2 table has any dependencies, i.e. foreign key relationships to it and from it?
(Martin) 94% of our studio audience learned something!Neal described the issues, challenges and techniques for designing optimal batch applications.
(Ember Crooks) This statement is actually a delete. It cascades to at least 300 other tables in a WebSphere Commerce database.
(Scott Vetter, Ivaylo B. Bozhinov, Anto A John, Rafael Freitas de Lima, Ahmed.(Mash) Mashhour, James Van Oosten, Fernando Vermelho, and Allison White) As big data becomes more ubiquitous, businesses are wondering how they can best leverage it to gain insight into their most important business questi
(Ember Crooks) This is a new series that has been percolating in my head for a while. When I help clients with SQL, we’re often adding (or removing) indexes to help SQL performance.
(Paul McWilliams) We’re proud to announce Db2 12 function level 504!
(David Shirey) If you’ve been able to find a preview for the hot tech initiatives for 2019 that doesn’t list Artificial Intelligence (AI) at least once (and probably as item number 1), then you’re luckier than I. If that’s the sort of luck you’re looking for, that is.
(Daniel Luksetich) You can find a ton of articles about recursive SQL dating back as early as 2004, but for this article I was asked to provide actual real-world situations where recursive SQL was put to use. In all of the situations it was a great success! First, however, a refresher.
(Dave Beulke) As I said before the IBM THINK conference was an interesting event. Having several different presentation venues, picking sessions to attend made planning your day and travel between sessions/venues a challenge.