Leverage MySQL skills to learn DB2 Express, Part 4, DB2 versus MySQL data movement

Skills transfer to DB2 for Windows

From the developerWorks archives

Allan Tham

Date archived: January 11, 2017 | First published: October 12, 2006

If you're a DBA with responsibilities across both MySQL and IBM® DB2® Express-C, you need to understand how the capabilities of these two database servers compare. This article is the fourth in a series of articles designed to assist DBAs coming from a MySQL background learn how to administer DB2 Express. In this article, learn how data movement techniques compare in these two products. Techniques discussed include Import, Export, Load, and other utilities specifically for data movement.

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