- 1211 Using the New Data Server Workbench with IDS CheetahJacques Roy, IBM, Technical Lead
This presentation describes and demonstrates the capabilities available in the Eclipse-based tool Data Server Workbench 9.5 to work with IDS Cheetah.
- 1612 Introduction to Developer WorkbenchDebra R. Eaton, IBM, DB2 SWIT
The IBM DB2® Developer Workbench (DWB) gives DB2 9 database developers the ability to develop database application objects that access data. DWB is based on Eclipse Technology, which replaces the Swing-based DB2 Version 8 Development Center. Get an introduction to the Eclipse user interface and basic data development tasks.
- 1648 How the JLINQ Application Framework Simplifies Database AdministrationBill Bireley, IBM, Senior Software Engineer
- 1733 Rapid Application Development on .NET for IDSAjay Aggrwal, IBM, DM Desktop Applications
IBM Database Add-ins for Visual Studio 2005 allows rapid application development for users of IBM databases in the .NET platform. It has a rich set of features to cater to application developers, database designers and database administrators. This presentation highlights the specific features in the tool that were added for IDS. You can connect to an IDS data source and create windows and Web applications. Database objects such as tables, views, functions and stored procedures can be created using designers. The tool also allows you to view and modify data for existing tables and functions. You can also run existing procedures and functions, and you can generate Microsoft® IIS Web methods for existing objects in Web applications.
- 1747 IBM's Java Persistence StrategyStephen Brodsky, IBM, Architect for DB2 SOA, Data Application Develpoment
There are many persistence APIs for java programmers to access the database. The IBM Data Server tooling team is introducing JlinQ to help address some of the limitations in previous approaches. This presentation will provide an introduction into JlinQ and how it compares to the various approaches. The following approaches will be covered: JDBC, JPA, EJB2, Spring, Ibatis, Hibernate, SQLJ, and JlinQ.
- 2544 Overview of Visual Studio Add-ins for IBM Data ServersAjay Aggrwal, IBM, DM Desktop Applications
In this presentation, we touch on opportunities that can make your life easier as a developer with IDS or DB2® Version 9.1 for z/OS® and Microsoft® Visual Studio. Many times we are just a click away from a feature that will save us significant amount of time.. This talk guides you to major and minor features of Visual Studio Add-ins for IBM data servers in hopes of reducing your development effort and maximizing the use of your tools.
- 1811 10x Productivity Increase in Java Development with New IBM JLINQ ToolsSonali Surange, IBM, Technical Lead
Using the new IBM JLINQ, you can be ten times more productive when developing Java™ and SQL. Learn how Java application developers and IBM data server database administrators can cut down on SQL coding errors inside Java and build complete high-performing Java applications and tests without writing a single line of code. Customize SQL inside Java using IBM JLINQ tools to take the drudgery out of SQL programming using SQL code assist, SQL validation, quick fixes, SQL execution, SQL open definition and thirty more tools features.
There also talks by old favorites like Paul Watson on Advanced SPL, and Martin Lurie on the Google Maps API. I have a session on using chat bots as a database interface, where I'll try and convince you chat bots are the next big thing. A full guide to the Developer Den sessions can be found at the Technical Skill Building - Developer Den website.