Programmers Only, Reducing Conversations with DB2 for z/OS: Part 2

More tried-and-true basics and a few new bells and whistles

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Bonnie Baker

Date archived: March 6, 2017 | First published: April 30, 2010

Are you following best practices in your programming methods? Bonnie Baker offers up more examples of bad SQL habits that need to be broken to help eliminate or reduce conversations with DB2 for z/OS, including SQL that may be executed too often and some instances that should be replaced with better-performing SQL

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