Comparing IBM DB2 and IBM solidDB SQL procedures, Part 1, Compare structures, parameters, variables, assignments, procedure bodies, cursors, and dynamic SQL statements

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Nora Sokolof

Date archived: January 12, 2017 | First published: May 21, 2009

Have you ever wondered how IBM DB2® and IBM solidDB® procedures differ? This article series of comparisons spells out the differences very clearly. In this Part 1, learn the differences between the structures, parameters, variables, assignments, procedure bodies, cursors, and dynamic SQL. Many examples and side-by-side comparisons help you to understand the differences.

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