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This tutorial shows you the basic steps and requirements to create and connect to a database
in DB2 10.1. Also, this tutorial introduces you to the objects that make up a DB2
database as well as how to create and manipulate them. This tutorial prepares you
for Part 3 of the DB2 10.1 fundamentals certification exam 610.
This tutorial introduces you to the basics of the DB2 10.1 product editions,
functionalities and tools, along with underlying concepts that describe different types
of data applications such as OLTP, data warehousing / OLAP, non-relational concepts and
more. It will briefly introduce you to many of the concepts you’ll see in the other tutorials
in this series, helping you to prepare for the DB2 10.1 Fundamentals certification
This tutorial is designed to introduce you to the concept of data
consistency and to the mechanisms DB2uses to maintain data consistency in both
single- and multi-user database environments. This tutorial will also help you prepare for
Section 6 of the DB2 10.1 Fundamentals certification exam (Exam
This tutorial discusses IBM DB2 10.1 support for data types, tables, views,
triggers, constraints and indexes. It explains the features of these objects, how to
create and manipulate them using Structured Query Language (SQL), and how they can be
used in an application. This tutorial is the fifth in a series that you can
use to help prepare for the DB2 10.1 Fundamentals certification exam 610.