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Automatic table maintenance in DB2, Part 1: Automatic statistics collection in DB2 for Linux, UNIX, and Windows
DB2's autonomic capabilities lighten the load of the DBA and enable you to maximize performance. This article demonstrates how to enable and configure automatic statistics collection, monitor automatic statistics collection progress, and detect errors. It also provides an overview of automatic statistics collection processing to help you understand how and when automatic statistics collection determines when to collect statistics on a table. This article is the first of a two-part series on autonomic table maintenance in DB2.
Also available in: Russian  
Articles 07 Jun 2007
Exploring IMS disaster recovery solutions, Part 1: Overview
Every customer needs a Disaster Recovery (DR) plan. The strategies used differ from one customer to another and they differ in time to recovery and loss of data. For IMS, there are five types of disaster recovery solutions: restart, recovery, recovery and restart, coordinated IMS and DB2 restart, and coordinated IMS and DB2 disaster recovery and restart. While the Storage Mirroring recovery solutions are classified as restart solutions, we will focus only on the non-Storage Mirroring IMS disaster recovery solutions in this series.
Articles 29 Mar 2012
DB2 and Ruby on Rails, Part 1: Getting started with DB2 and Ruby on Rails
The emergence of the Ruby language, coupled with the powerful Rails framework, provides a myriad of opportunities for Web solutions development. With the introduction of the IBM_DB adapter and driver, Rails applications can now interact seamlessly with IBM data servers. This is the first article in the DB2 with Ruby on Rails series. As such, it introduces the Starter Toolkit for DB2 on Rails, covers various methods for installing the IBM_DB driver, and Rails migration with DB2.
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Articles 16 May 2007
DB2 and Ruby on Rails, Part 2: DB2 and pureXML with Ruby on Rails
XML is one of the most common data interchange format on the Web today. DB2's support for pureXML, combined with the parsing and generating XML APIs (REXML) available to Ruby on Rails, provides powerful combination for Web application development. The native XML support in DB2 data servers brings flexibility for storing semi-structured, hierarchical XML documents alongside relational data, through its hybrid database engine compiler and parsers, for both SQL and XQuery. In this second article of Ruby on Rails Series, we demonstrate how to utilize pureXML in our Team Room example from the first article.
Articles 07 Jun 2007
DB2 and Ruby on Rails, Part 3: Testing with DB2 and Ruby on Rails
A key requirement in agile application development is incremental integration of the code that ensures regression testing. The Ruby on Rails framework is making this effort easier than ever.
Also available in: Japanese  
Articles 21 Jun 2007
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