|Kurslängd||16.0 timmar||Leveranstyp||Self-paced Virtual Class|
|Listpris||Set by Partner|
THIS IS A SELF-PACED VIRTUAL CLASS. AFTER YOU START YOUR COURSE, YOU HAVE 30 DAYS TO COMPLETE THE COURSE.
Before you enroll, review the system requirements to ensure that your system meets the minimum requirements for this course. AFTER YOU ARE ENROLLED IN THIS COURSE, YOU WILL NOT BE ABLE TO CANCEL YOUR ENROLLMENT. You are billed for the course when you submit the enrollment form.
After you receive confirmation that you are enrolled, you will be sent further instructions to access your course material and remote labs. A confirmation email will contain your online link, your ID and password, and additional instructions for starting the course.
You can start the course at any time within 12 months of enrolling for the course. After you register/start the course, you have 30 days to complete your course. Within these 30 days, the self-paced format gives you the opportunity to complete the course at your convenience, at any location, and at your own pace. The course is available 24 hours a day. If the course requires a remote lab system, the lab system access is allocated on a first-come, first-served basis. When you are not using the elab system, ensure that you suspend your elab to maximize your hours available to use the elab system.
This course teaches how to take advantage of advanced programming techniques to access DB2 databases in the workstation environment. These techniques can be utilized in addition to standard embedded SQL calls that are addressed in the prerequisite offering DB2 UDB Programming Fundamentals. These advanced techniques include:
Performance concepts are also addressed.
This advanced course is for application programmers and other technical personnel who are involved in designing and implementing applications that access DB2 data from a workstation environment.
The following prerequisites are suggested:
These skills can be developed by taking:
Equivalent experience may be substituted for these courses. Application programming experience with other relational database systems, such as DB2 MVS, DB2/VSE and VM, and DB2/400, would be appropriate for meeting the DB2 prerequisites.