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DB2: Java Stored Procedures
DURATION: 3 days

FEE: $1,485

Based upon a class size of six students.

Scheduling can be adjusted to employee work hours and incorporate client assignments.

There is a surcharge associated with training two or fewer students.


  • Programmer
  • Database Administrator
  • IT Professional


    1. Java and DB2
      • Examine the features and advantages of using Java to code stored procedures.
    2. Defining Java Routines and JAR Files
      • Determine the JAR location.
      • Copy a JAR to the path.
    3. Setting up Environment
      • Check JDK and driver versions.
      • Set environment variables.
    4. Java DB2 Stored Procedure
      • Code a simple Java stored procedure.
      • Use the DB2 Development Center tools for creating the procedure and coding the details.
      • Issue the CREATE PROCEDURE command to identify the procedure to DB2.
      • Test the procedure.
    5. Designing Java Stored Procedures
      • Become knowledgeable with and apply the proper approach for designing stored procedures.
    6. Coding Java Stored Procedures
      • Code and test a Java stored procedure.
      • Code integrated stored procedures.
      • Invoke the stored procedures from a Java client application.
    7. DB2 Stored Procedure Builder
      • Use the SQL Assistant to visually construct, select, insert, update, and delete statements.
      • Construct joins between tables to specify conditions, columns, and sorting.
      • Prior to completing the task Perform a test execution.
    8. Stored Procedures that Return resultsets.
      • Define and populate java.sql.ResultSet[].
    9. Testing a Stored Procedure
      • Deploy programs to a server.
      • Create an EAR of all the programs
      • Deploy it to a web server: WebSphere, WebLogic, Oracle Application Server, or Apache Web Server.
    10. Administrative and Built-in Stored Procedures
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