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Guide to IBM redbooks on iSeries stored procedures

IBM Redbooks cover a wide variety of iSeries topics. This guide to IBM Redbooks focuses on stored procedures for the iSeries that range from Redbooks for novices to iSeries pros. Plus, we've thrown in some example code and how-tos.

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Stored Procedures and Triggers on DB2 Universal Database for iSeries
Stored procedures and triggers are the key database features for developing robust and distributed applications on the iSeries. In V5R1, SQL Triggers are supported on DB2 Universal Database for iSeries to give much more portability to the database.

This IBM Redbook includes the latest announced features in V5R1 on stored procedures and triggers. Among the topics in this Redbook, you will find suggestions, guidelines and practical examples on how to effectively develop DB2 UDB for iSeries stored procedures and triggers. Some of the topics covered in this book:

  • SQL stored procedures (SQL Persistent Stored Modules language)
  • External stored procedures and triggers
  • Java stored procedures (both JDBC and SQLJ)
  • SQL Triggers
  • External triggers

This Redbook also offers examples developed in several programming languages (RPG, COBOL, C, Java, and Visual Basic), using native and SQL data access interfaces.

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Getting Started with DB2 Stored Procedures: Give Them a Call through the Network
This Redbook is the result of a residency project conducted at the IBM International Technical Support Organization (ITSO) San Jose Center. The project tested and implemented stored procedures executing in DB2 for MVS/ESA, DB2 for OS/390, DB2 for AIX, DB2 for OS/2, and DB2 for Windows NT servers. Information is provided to guide the reader through the steps required to implement stored procedures. The material is based on the actual tests performed and experience gained during the project.

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Cross-Platform DB2 Stored Procedures: Building and Debugging
This IBM Redbook documents a residency project conducted at the IBM International Technical Support Organization, San Jose Center. The project tested and implemented stored procedures executing in DB2 for OS/390, DB2 for Windows NT, DB2 UDB for AIX, and DB2 for AS/400 servers.

This book covers the SQL Procedures language (which allows the customer to develop stored procedures in a standard and portable language across the DB2 family and OEM DBMSs), the IBM Stored Procedure Builder, and the IBM Distributed Debugger. It also explains how to implement DB2 stored procedures accessing non-DB2 resources.

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DB2 Java Stored Procedures Learning by Example
Stored procedures can provide major benefits in the areas of application performance, code re-use, security and integrity. The DB2 Family of products has offered support for stored procedures for some time, with each release offering significant enhancements over the last.

In the meantime, Java's inherent portability and openness, combined with the availability of skilled programming resource, has made it an increasingly attractive choice as the central plank in the e-business strategy of many organizations.

Until recently, DB2 did not support stored procedures written in Java, so the advantages of the two technologies could not be combined. The latest releases of DB2 have changed all that, opening up new possibilities for secure, highly portable application development.

This IBM Redbook aims to give the reader an in-depth understanding of the techniques and issues associated with the development of DB2 stored procedures written in SQLJ and JDBC. The extensive collection of sample code presented in this book and included on the accompanying CD-ROM was designed to run against DB2 UDB Server across the OS/390, Windows, and UNIX platforms.

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Setup of the DB2 Application Development Environment for Stored Procedures
The objective of this redpaper is to provide the steps to install, configure and test the correct setup of the DB2 application development environment for stored procedures. At the conclusion of this document, you will be able to execute a Java program on a Windows client that calls a stored procedure on a Solaris server.

This redpaper targets database administrators and application developers just starting out in the use of the DB2 application development environment for stored procedures. The concepts in this redpaper can be used as a basis for other application development configurations.

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WebSphere Studio Application Developer Version 5 Programming Guide
This IBM Redbook is a programming guide for the application development tool, WebSphere Studio Application Developer V5. This tool is not only intended for the Java developer, but also for the Web designer who creates Web pages. The WebSphere Studio Application Developer basic tooling and team environment is presented along with the development and deployment of Web applications.

WebSphere Studio Application Developer provides integrated development tools for all e-business development roles, including Web developers, Java developers, business analysts, architects, and enterprise programmers. The customizable, targeted, role-based approach of WebSphere Studio Application Developer will be characteristic of all new products built on the WebSphere Studio Workbench. It is well integrated with WebSphere Application Server and provides built-in server test environments that can be used for testing and profiling Web applications.

This redbook consists of six parts:

  • Introducing WebSphere Studio
  • Developing applications (includes section on stored procedures)
  • Testing and debugging applications
  • Deploying and profiling applications
  • Team programming
  • Appendixes and additional material

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This was first published in June 2003

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