Optimize your existing .NET applications using IBM Data Studio's pureQuery

Improve performance and security for existing .NET applications that access DB2

From the developerWorks archives

Patrick Titzler

Date archived: January 11, 2017 | First published: March 26, 2009

IBM® Data Studio pureQuery Runtime 2.1 includes a new feature, called client optimization, that enables database administrators and developers to take advantage of the performance and security benefits of static SQL execution against IBM DB2® databases without having to modify their existing custom-developed or packaged .NET applications. In this tutorial, learn how to enable this capability for an existing .NET application.

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