DB2 UDB for Visual Studio 2005 developers, Part 1, Overview of IBM Database Add-ins for Visual Studio 2005

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Sonali Surange

Date archived: January 13, 2017 | First published: December 08, 2005

IBM® has announced and introduced DB2® tools for Visual Studio 2005 to allow rapid application development, database schema development, and debugging, along with numerous other new features. The functionality allows you to build applications for the IBM® DB2 Universal Database™ (DB2 UDB) family of databases without writing a single line of code, to create and alter complex database objects using designers, and to debug SQL procedures for a range of DB2 platforms. IBM tooling is available on all of the Visual Studio 2005 editions or Visual Studio 2005 team editions. This article provides an overview of the new functionality provided by IBM for Visual Studio 2005.

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