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    ‏2013-06-20T16:43:43Z  in response to pcon
    {"siteID":"1","body":"Will the nosql.json elements make their way into DB2 for i anytime soon?","contentID":"934315","profileurl":"https:\/\/www.ibm.com\/developerworks\/community\/profiles\/user\/02X1_Donald_Burdette","commentID":"1371746618717","author":"02X1_Donald_Burdette","subject":"test","time":"20 June 2013"}
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    ‏2013-06-21T00:39:57Z  in response to pcon
    {"siteID":"1","body":"Hi Donald,\n\n Thanks for your interest. IBM is investigating porting this capability across all its relational database platforms. We cannot promise delivery before an official product announcement, but would definitely like to provide this on DB2 for i in the near future.\n\n May I ask how you envision using this capability? We are very interested to understand potential use cases on all platforms.\n\nRegards, \nBill Bireley","contentID":"934315","profileurl":"https:\/\/www.ibm.com\/developerworks\/community\/profiles\/user\/","commentID":"1371775188515","author":"","subject":"test","time":"20 June 2013"}
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    ‏2013-06-22T13:32:18Z  in response to pcon
    {"siteID":"1","body":"Well... In a world where mobile apps are booming, letting them access easily data on relational databases must be good. For IBM Informix in particular, this can make even more sense given it's recognized extensibility and the already available flexible grid technology and the recently introduced sharded queries.\n\nMy ideas about this here: http:\/\/informix-technology.blogspot.pt\/2013\/06\/nosql-hmmmm-no-sql.html\n\nAnother use, considering Informix Timeseries use in metering solutions, it would be nice to let end customers access their smart meters data, stored in Informix Timeseries with mobile apps. The base technology can be used for back office work (handling the massime ammount of data generated with very little resources) and at the same time provide easy access to that same data in mobile computing for end users (eventually accessing a replicated data source for security reasons)","contentID":"934315","profileurl":"https:\/\/www.ibm.com\/developerworks\/community\/profiles\/user\/DomusOnline","commentID":"1371907934692","author":"DomusOnline","subject":"test","time":"22 June 2013"}
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    ‏2013-06-24T15:34:12Z  in response to pcon
    {"siteID":"1","body":"We are using Json today to feed web applications, but we use PHP to do it. If we could do it right from the database we could eliminate that additional layer.","contentID":"934315","profileurl":"https:\/\/www.ibm.com\/developerworks\/community\/profiles\/user\/MN6K_Donald_Burdette","commentID":"1372088049425","author":"MN6K_Donald_Burdette","subject":"test","time":"24 June 2013"}
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    ‏2013-06-27T18:53:08Z  in response to pcon
    {"siteID":"1","body":"\"...data transformation and shedding. \" Shredding? As in the need to convert the key:value string into key and value columns.","contentID":"934315","profileurl":"https:\/\/www.ibm.com\/developerworks\/community\/profiles\/user\/AK32_Michael_Golledge","commentID":"1372359187815","author":"AK32_Michael_Golledge","subject":"test","time":"27 June 2013"}
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    ‏2013-06-29T00:59:13Z  in response to pcon
    {"siteID":"1","body":"Looks great! Pleased to see JSON support in DB2. Looking forward to using it.\n\nThe link in this sentence is not working:\n\n[For more information on the Java API, refer to \"DB2 NoSQL JSON Capabilities, Part 3: Using the JAVA API\".]","contentID":"934315","profileurl":"https:\/\/www.ibm.com\/developerworks\/community\/profiles\/user\/9VSD_Suavi_Demir","commentID":"1372467548466","author":"9VSD_Suavi_Demir","subject":"test","time":"28 June 2013"}
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    ‏2013-07-01T07:18:33Z  in response to pcon
    {"siteID":"1","body":"Hi, there seems to be a problem with the link for Part 3 - Using the JAVA API.","contentID":"934315","profileurl":"https:\/\/www.ibm.com\/developerworks\/community\/profiles\/user\/TimothyBrown","commentID":"1372663113332","author":"TimothyBrown","subject":"test","time":"01 July 2013"}
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    ‏2013-07-02T19:32:38Z  in response to pcon
    {"siteID":"1","body":"Part 3 - Using the JAVA API will be available tomorrow. Thanks for the comments.","contentID":"934315","profileurl":"https:\/\/www.ibm.com\/developerworks\/community\/profiles\/user\/mcknight","commentID":"1372793555453","author":"mcknight","subject":"test","time":"02 July 2013"}
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    ‏2013-07-08T11:15:47Z  in response to pcon
    {"siteID":"1","body":"When I copy-paste the JSON in Listing 1 as is into an online parser (e.g. http:\/\/json.parser.online.fr\/), I get multiple errors. Also, I thought, the commonly used names are respectively \"John Doe\" and \"Jane Doe\" whereas the example above has the first and last names reversed ?","contentID":"934315","profileurl":"https:\/\/www.ibm.com\/developerworks\/community\/profiles\/user\/cogitoergosum","commentID":"1373282145509","author":"cogitoergosum","subject":"test","time":"08 July 2013"}
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    ‏2013-08-30T13:34:41Z  in response to pcon
    {"siteID":"1","body":"The following link currently works for Part 3 (Java API):\n\nhttp:\/\/www.ibm.com\/developerworks\/data\/library\/techarticle\/dm-1307nosqlforjson3\/","contentID":"934315","profileurl":"https:\/\/www.ibm.com\/developerworks\/community\/profiles\/user\/2700018MPN","commentID":"1377869678752","author":"RochLefebvre","subject":"test","time":"30 August 2013"}
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    ‏2013-08-30T13:34:55Z  in response to pcon
    {"siteID":"1","body":"The following link currently works for Part 3 (Java API):\n\nhttp:\/\/www.ibm.com\/developerworks\/data\/library\/techarticle\/dm-1307nosqlforjson3\/","contentID":"934315","profileurl":"https:\/\/www.ibm.com\/developerworks\/community\/profiles\/user\/2700018MPN","commentID":"1377869689838","author":"RochLefebvre","subject":"test","time":"30 August 2013"}
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    ‏2013-08-30T13:39:50Z  in response to pcon
    {"siteID":"1","body":"The following link currently works for Part 3 (Java API):\n\nhttp:\/\/www.ibm.com\/developerworks\/data\/library\/techarticle\/dm-1307nosqlforjson3\/","contentID":"934315","profileurl":"https:\/\/www.ibm.com\/developerworks\/community\/profiles\/user\/2700018MPN","commentID":"1377869988566","author":"RochLefebvre","subject":"test","time":"30 August 2013"}
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    ‏2013-09-19T20:53:19Z  in response to pcon
    {"siteID":"1","body":"Also relevant, and a clear sign of IBM direction on this topic,Informix 12.10.xC2 released on September 13 already supports connectivity from MongoDB clients, JSON\/BSON storage and many methods of the MongoDB API.","contentID":"934315","profileurl":"https:\/\/www.ibm.com\/developerworks\/community\/profiles\/user\/2700011F9K","commentID":"1379623996824","author":"DomusOnline","subject":"test","time":"19 September 2013"}
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    ‏2013-10-21T17:07:04Z  in response to pcon
    {"siteID":"1","body":"Is the JSON support (APIs, syntax, etc) identical between DB2 LUW and DB2 z\/OS?","contentID":"934315","profileurl":"https:\/\/www.ibm.com\/developerworks\/community\/profiles\/user\/2700008YJ2","commentID":"1382375220418","author":"JoeGeller","subject":"test","time":"21 October 2013"}