DB2 V9.5 SQL Procedure Developer exam 735 prep, Part 3, DB2 SQL Functions

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Roger Sanders

Date archived: January 12, 2017 | First published: October 16, 2008

User-defined functions (UDFs) are used to enrich the capabilities of IBM® DB2® by providing new functionality that is not available with the rich set of built-in functions provided. This tutorial introduces you to UDFs and walks you through the basic steps used to construct UDFs. This tutorial also introduces you to the structure of SQL functions and covers the ins and outs of SQL function development. This is the third tutorial in a series of six tutorials that are designed to help you prepare for the IBM DB2 9.5 SQL Procedure Developer certification exam (Exam 735).

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