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Connecting to databases
This video shows users how to create a connection profile to connect a database and user Administration Explorer to browse database objects.
12 Apr 2014
Running SQL against multiple databases
This demo shows users how to create, run, deploy and debug a stored procedure.
12 Apr 2014
Creating, altering and dropping tables
This video shows users how to create, alter and drop tables.
12 Apr 2014
IBM InfoSphere Optim Test Data Management solution, Part 1: Masking data using a column map procedure
This demo shows how to use a Lua string function to privatize sensitive data by reversing the characters in a specific column. In particular, the phone numbers in the supplied, sample OPTIM_CUSTOMERS table for U.S.-based customers are masked. Each portion of the phone number is reversed individually (e.g. area code, exchange, last four digits).
01 Nov 2012
Use Framework Manager to explore imported data
IBM Cognos Framework Manager is the metadata modeling tool used for importing metadata and preparing it for reporting needs. This demo series shows you how to get the model ready for the content authors to use. Part 2 of this series shows how to use Framework Manager to explore an imported model.
08 Feb 2012
Creating BIRT report templates with InfoSphere Data Architect
Create report templates for data models using the New Report Template wizard, then generate a report that is based on that template.
07 Dec 2011
Introduction to IBM InfoSphere Data Architect
InfoSphere Data Architect (formerly, Rational Data Architect) is an enterprise data modeling and design tool that can simplify and accelerate integration design for Business Intelligence, Master Data Management and Service-Oriented Architecture initiatives. In this demo, learn how to use InfoSphere Data Architect to: Import an existing logical model, and forward engineer changes to that model to the database; Publish a Web-based report of the physical model for auditing and team review; Reverse engineer a model from an existing source database, update the model, and then use compare and sync to generate appropriate change statements to deploy the changes back to the original source database.
06 Mar 2009
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