This course provides you with information about the functions of IBM's DB2, a relational database manager which may be installed under a variety of operating systems on many hardware platforms.
DB2 9 runs under the z/OS, Linux, UNIX, and Windows operating systems, to name a few.
The course includes discussion of how the DB2 products provide services. The focus is on the services DB2 provides and how we work with DB2, not on its internal workings.
- List and describe the major components of IBM's relational database, DB2
- Explain the characteristics of a DB2 table Relate the basic concepts of data modeling
- State the processing instructions given to DB2 via simple SQL statements
- List and describe several ways to build (write) and execute SQL statements
- List and describe steps needed to imbed SQL statements in an application program
- Explain some of the functions performed by, and the responsibilities of, database and system administrators
- Establish a base for more specialized DB2 education
- This basic course is for persons needing an introductory knowledge of DB2, and persons preparing for advanced and specialized DB2 education.