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CONTENT AND OBJECTIVES:
The differences between a UNION and a UNION ALL.
The different processing for the four types of joins.
Code a program with two different types of UNIONs and use all four types of joins.
The differences between a BEFORE trigger and an AFTER trigger.
Handle exception processing in a trigger by communicating with the application program.
Code a BEFORE and AFTER trigger which handles exceptions.
Creating and Using UDFs: User-defined Functions
Define, implement, and invoke a UDF passing parameters and returning a string value.
Code a user-defined function that performs string manipulation on three columns and returns a single value by implementing the following steps: 1- Definition, implementation, and invocation. 2- Defining a user-defined function. 3- Defining external user-defined functions.
Creating and using Distinct Types
Appreciate the advantages of a UDT: User-defined Type.
Code a UDT for social security number and telephone number.
Use Distinct Types in application programs.
Recognize the limitations of coding a dynamic SQL program in COBOL.
Code an SQL statement that is built-in the program based on input from the user.
Write and prepare a stored procedure.
Code a stored procedure that accepts two parameters and returns a single resultset.
Write a program which invokes and tests the stored procedure.
Tuning and Performance
Utilize coding techniques which produce efficient predicates.
Use techniques which will influence access path selection.
Use EXPLAIN to determine the attributes of each SQL.
Programming Considerations for CICS
Recognize and analyze considerations specific to coding programs in CICS.
Loading Data into Db2 Tables
Load methods and tables with the Load Utility.
Load a table and create a discarded file from the rows that are rejected.
Promoting concurrency and locks.
Become knowledgeable with the effects of Db2 locks.
Given two case studies, determine the best techniques for promoting concurrency.
Accessing Distributed Data
Develop code for utilizing distributed data.
Code a program which accesses data on multiple platforms.
Effective February 27, 2012, the course dates listed on the SYS-ED schedules only will be available based upon approved and authorized user ID.
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