That means you'll learn how to use stored procedures that move SQL code off of the client and onto the database server to reduce network overhead. How to use dynamic SQL so your programs can generate and execute SQL statements as they run. How to process DB2 data in CICS programs. How to work with distributed DB2 data, where the data is managed by a DB2 subsystem on a system that's connected over a network. How data sharing works on the parallel sysplex and other System/390 configurations. Advanced locking concepts that let you understand how locking and data sharing affect each other and what impact that has on program efficiency. The concepts and practices of DB2 database administration that let you design databases, manage database objects, and set up a quality assurance environment.
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