Support for XML in IBM Information Management products fosters the dynamic representation of data in a format that can be easily shared across databases and across platforms.
Using DB2 for z/OS pureXML to process SEPA transactions: A practical guide to performance improvement based on experience
Achieve high performance goals for the processing of standard payment messages stored using DB2 for z/OS and pureXML. More >
- Mask archived and extracted data directly into CSV, XML, and
ECM formats using InfoSphere Optim Data Masking
Increase the interoperability of your data and support data privacy and security requirements using newly supported file format types in InfoSphere Optim Data Masking Solution.
- Shredding XML in DB2 with pureXML and XMLTABLE: Making XML
Follow a scenario using the ASDI standard data stream to see how to turn hierarchical XML data into parent-child relational data. The XMLTABLE function built in to DB2's pureXML helps you bridge the gap.
- Updated: DB2 demo program
Run DB2DEMO to see traditional SQL features, advanced object-relational features such as large object support, XML features such as SQL/XML functions, business intelligence features such as dynamic bitmap indices and compression, and much more. It has been recently updated for DB2 10.1 for Linux, UNIX, and Windows.
- Data normalization reconsidered, Part 2: Business records in
the 21st century
See how to get better performance and a lower cost for application development using digitized business records without normalization. Then overcome data normalization issues using alternative data representations like XML, JSON, and RDF.
- Managing the Protein Data Bank with DB2 pureXML
Learn how to use the hybrid capabilities of DB2 to manage and analyze PDB data, a worldwide repository of structural data about proteins. Analyzing data in the PDB can help explain diseases, develop new drugs, or understand interactions among proteins.
- Using the XML transformation capabilities in IBM InfoSphere
DataStage 8.5, Part 1
See how the new XML stage in IBM InfoSphere Datastage 8.5 lets you parse and compose any XML structure, control and configure the XML validation level, and instantly debug and test a transformation even if it is incomplete.
- Use the FusionCharts Free charting widget in the IBM Mashup
Build a charting widget, and use a data mashup editor to generate its XML. Then build a mashup in which the presentation elements vary dynamically with the data.
- Tools and XML functionality for DB2 pureXML users
IBM DB2 can now efficiently store and manipulate XML data with pureXML. Learn about IBM tools you can use to help with common XML-related tasks, such as creating, viewing, editing, and querying XML instances and schemas.
- Monitoring in DB2 9.7, Part 2: Relational access to XML
event monitor data in DB2 9.7
Learn how to get relational access to DB2 monitoring data that is captured in an XML document. Get the details on how to generate reports or extract metrics based on that data.