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First of all, what is Data Studio?
Data Studio provides a comprehensive suite of integrated tools for development database administrators and application developers. The tooling for each of these roles is essentially divided between two main views in the Data Perspective: the Data Project Explorer, and the Database Explorer. There are also features to help team members share resources.
The IBM Data Studio Information Center introduces IBM Data Studio and the underlying workbench technology, and explains how to use its integrated development environment to achieve your database development goals. For information about related products, visit the related product information links within the Information Center.
The Data Studio forum is ideal to engage in discussions related to the use of IBM Data Studio. The latest release is V1.1.2. This forum also contain discussions on previous releases, V1.1.1 and V1.1(also known as DB2 Developer Workbench 9.5 during its open beta), and DB2 Developer Workbench 9.1.
Articles and Papers
* DB2 Viper II and the IBM Data Studio Developer Workbench by Paul Zikopoulos, October 19, 2007
* IBM Beefs Up Data Studio by P. J. Connolly, January 15, 2008
* Data Web Services: Build Web services the new way to access IBM database servers by Vijay Bommireddipalli, December 6, 2007
* The Easy Way to Quick Data Access by Rafael A. Coss, Stephen A. Brodsky, and Vijay BommireddipalliIBM takes the drudgery out of JDBC programming with pureQuery, an integrated language that queries relational databases as well as Java collections and database caches. pureQuery and Data Web Services are components of the new IBM Data Studio, a new common database application development and administration platform.
* Web service development and deployment with Informix Dynamic Server and IBM Data Studio by Shweta Sinha, Prasanna Alur Mathada, and Amitava ChakrabortyIBM Data Studio brings Informix Dynamic Server (IDS) developers the latest in Web services technology. Learn how this new set of tools makes it easy to design, develop, deploy, and manage your IDS applications. Get started with Web services development using the latest methodology, and also learn how you can simulate a Web service response by converting it to presentable HTML format.
* Introduction to IBM Data Studio, Part 1: Get started with IBM Data Studio, Version 1.1.0 and Eclipse by Debra R. Eaton
* Understanding pureQuery, Part 2: Assist class modelers with data modeling by Azadeh AhadianLearn how the features of pureQuery can assist you as an object-oriented developer to define a set of database relational artifacts using traditional class modeling.
You can download the warranted or unwarranted version of IBM Data Studio and take part in the Data Studio Community on developerWorks.