These resources provide an overview of IBM Data Studio.
Use these resources for information about database management solutions.
Before you install Data Studio, consult the following resources.
The following resources will help you to install the Data Studio
The following information center topics will help you configure the Data
Consult these resources to understand how logical design and database
modeling help to create an effective data management system.
Working with data diagrams: Use this topic to learn how you
can use data diagrams in Data Studio to visualize and edit your data
Modifying physical data models: This topic explains how to
modify database-specific models that represent your relational data
objects and their relationships. You can use these models to
generate DDL statements and deploy them to a data server.
InfoSphere Data Architect information roadmap: For more
robust data modeling and data integration capabilities, you can use
InfoSphere Data Architect. This information roadmap provides links
to key resources for that product.
Use these resources to learn how to best use Data Studio to develop database
Use these resources to help you administer and manage databases with Data
Administering databases with task assistants: This topic
provides the main steps and illustrations to show how to use any
task assistant in Data Studio. You use task assistants to create and
run database administration commands.
Managing and scheduling database jobs with the Data Studio Web
Console: This tutorial describes how to schedule and
automate database operations with the job manager in the Data Studio
Creating and managing jobs: Read this topic to learn how to
create, schedule, and manage jobs with the Data Studio web console
job manager. You can also perform some job-related tasks with the
Data Studio client components if you configure them to work with the
Use database catalog filtering in IBM Data Studio to view,
manage, and work with database objects efficiently: This
article describes a new Data Studio capability that filters a vast
amount of cached metadata to significantly enhance the network and
tool performance for object management tasks.
Scenario: Making basic database object changes with a change
plan: This topic provides steps and illustrations for a
scenario in which you make a change to the sample GSDB database. In
the scenario, you use the change plan feature to contain the
changes, identify impacted objects, and generate the command to
apply the change.
Configure automatic maintenance in DB2 for Linux, UNIX, and
Windows using IBM Data Studio: This article explains how to
use Data Studio to perform database backups, keep statistics
current, and reorganize tables and indices as necessary on a DB2
These resources can help you tune SQL statements to improve query and
These resources explain how you can analyze database activity and
These resources provide you with information about identifying and resolving
problems with Data Studio.