Build a pureXML application in DB2 for z/OS, Part 1, Use COBOL stored procedures to store and manipulate data

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Kirsten Larsen, Jason Cu, Susan Malaika, and Michael Schenker

Date archived: January 12, 2017 | First published: May 14, 2009

In this article, set up and populate a small XML database, and implement COBOL stored procedures for basic operations on the data. Use the included download bundle with ready-to-install samples to explore the concepts of this article, and apply the concepts to other industry or custom XML formats. The XML documents that conform to the UBL (Universal Business Language) format from OASIS are stored and manipulated in the samples.

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