Go back in time

Get started with temporal data, a timely new DB2 feature

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Sasirekha Rameshkumar

Date archived: January 12, 2017 | First published: August 01, 2011

A new feature in IBM DB2 Version 10 gives you the ability to manage multiple versions of data and track changes over time. Learn how you can manage temporal data using simple SQL statements to maintain a history of database changes, track effective business dates, and analyze the history of changes.

This article was originally published in IBM Data magazine. This content is part of the IBM Data Management magazine.

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