Leverage MySQL skills to learn DB2 Express, DB2 versus MySQL backup and recovery

Skill transfer to DB2 for Windows

From the developerWorks archives

Allan Tham

Date archived: January 11, 2017 | First published: June 08, 2006

A database backup mechanism is an integral part of any database. Without a backup, a database would be crippled in the event of media failure. What's more, for most corporations, the seriousness of losing customer data would result in their customers losing trust, with a resulting loss of revenue. IBM® DB2® Express-C comes with a built in-mechanism (not plug-in) for backing up and recovering corporate databases.

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