Bitemporal modeling with InfoSphere Data Architect, Part 2, Modeling system period temporal requirement

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Balaji Kadambi and Rahul Jain

Date archived: September 8, 2016 | First published: November 23, 2011

Industry regulations and competitive pressures are prompting IT departments to maintain more data for longer periods of time and to provide better ways for business users to analyze past, current, and future events. In order to achieve these goals, firms are developing time-aware applications and queries with temporal databases. Beginning with IBM® InfoSphere® Data Architect version 7.6, you can model relational databases as well as temporal relational databases. This two-part series will demonstrate how you can accelerate temporal data modeling with a DB2 for z/OS version 10 database by adopting InfoSphere Data Architect 7.6.

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ArticleTitle=Bitemporal modeling with InfoSphere Data Architect, Part 2: Modeling system period temporal requirement