I manged to get it right so thanks anyway
Added by Fernando on February 9, 2009 at 4:30am —
Read about about my journeys at GreenWanderer.com.
Added by Jay Bruce on February 4, 2009 at 6:30pm —
The Data Studio developers at IBM have put together some videos discussing and demonstrating DSD 2.1 and the new features available. If you are a user of Data Studio Developer, you might find some of these videos interesting. If you are new to Data Studio, in addition to these videos, there are many other resources available that demonstrates how Data Studio Developer can help your efforts.
Sonali Surange discusses DSD 2.1 features:… Continue
Added by Dan Galvin on February 2, 2009 at 3:04pm —
I invite you all to visit my website that has a book about the weaknesses SQL has on Database Processing. All the examples had been tested in DB2, but the situation is practically the same and in some cases still worse in other SQL DBMS. This publication explains aspects related to:
• Equivalent queries may produce different results.
• Aggregation operators like SUM, AVG, etc. doesn’t generate the correct calculation in certain cases.
• Query tables that have… Continue
Added by Oswaldo F. Domejean on January 18, 2009 at 12:11pm —
It's the end of the shipping saga. The package showed up at the house. The package tracking can now tell the tale. The package came from Shanghai, China. It was sent out from Shanghai on January 8 and arrived in Ontario, California on the same day, nearly the same time, due to time zone changes. Then it sat in customs for 6 or seven days, and finally to Oakland, and delivery here in San Jose today.
Now it's time to find out if the result is worth the worry and the wait. The package… Continue
Added by Roger Miller on January 15, 2009 at 5:14pm —
The saga continues, with lots of music while waiting for someone to talk to. Now the bill has arrived, but nothing resembling a package or a tracking number. Express shipping must mean something very different. It has been 20 days since I ordered, and I want is my money back. This is feeling like theft or fraud.
Would you believe shipping on the 6th, not arriving by the 15th with second day air service? I got a customer service representative in North Carolina who indicates that this… Continue
Added by Roger Miller on January 15, 2009 at 11:00am —
I'm purchasing a new Lenovo X200 laptop for myself. This is one of the most frustrating experiences I have ever had in online shopping. I placed the order December 27. When I ordered, I asked for second day shipping. What the web does not say is to expect 10 working days to ship the machine before the 2 or 5 days of shipping. So I waited.
Now, the shipment lists a tracking number, but the tracking number is wrong. The date is January 14, 19 days later, and either they shipped the… Continue
Added by Roger Miller on January 14, 2009 at 3:56pm —
Added by agatha on December 19, 2008 at 10:58am —
Welcome to "Studying for 730 exam".
In this blog I will talk about how you can study for the 730 exam and where you can find the best material for your studies.
Added by Thiago on December 14, 2008 at 8:00pm —
DB2 在校园计划旨在提高DB2在大学里使用的一项工程. 由DB2 Express-C团队和本地的IBM 学院计划(IBM Academic Initiative)代表
1. 一个名为”DB2 Express-C在信息随需应变世界中的角色”的演讲。这个演讲解释了有关DB2 9的技术，并着重讲了pureXML。并且鼓励学生们使用DB2 Express-C，创建自己大学的DB2用户组，参加到DB2的论坛，并写关于DB2的文章，所有的这些活动都可以促进他们将来的职业生涯的成长。
2. 介绍有关成为DB2 DBA 和增加开发者技能的课程
Added by Min Wei on December 1, 2008 at 10:19pm —
See: DB2 on Campus at Georgian College
(presentation on Nov. 25, 2008)
Added by agatha on November 27, 2008 at 12:03am —
Added by agatha on November 22, 2008 at 10:49am —
Raysa Enterprises Inc. is looking for a DBA for DB2 - pls see below:
Raysa Enterprises Inc.
Raysa is a small IT company full of energetic entrepreneurs. Our mantra is to grow the company but also have profit sharing so that everyone benefits from this focus. Most of our work currently is with the local Vancouver market but we are planning to expand to other Provinces and States. Raysa is… Continue
Added by Manny Nijjar on November 12, 2008 at 5:34pm —
Hi guys...thanks for dropping by and taking time on viewing my blog posts...this is my first time here so I hope that I can find something that may leave me some of interest...
I got something to share about you guys about my experience in my college days, I was once a studious person who really loves to do something about the computer. Wether its programming or encoding. I remembered that I did some of the programming codes on our thesis… Continue
Added by Chelsea Swartzbaugh on November 11, 2008 at 3:59am —
Added by agatha on November 8, 2008 at 5:30pm —
Added by agatha on November 8, 2008 at 5:30pm —
One of the sessions I attended Tuesaday was Tim Vincent's DB2 Best Practices. The room holds 200 people and was quite full with people standing in the back.
'present advice on the most optimal ways you can use DB2 to satisfy key business data processing needs' and several of them have been published on topics like database storage, design, HA, security, pureXML, etc. Tuesday night was the 'beach'… Continue
Added by Rav Ahuja on October 30, 2008 at 4:26am —
The day kicked off early with the Grand Opening Session with MC Martin Short. Was a bit too early for me although heard it was great ... check out the
announcements in Adam's blog
. I found there has been a lot of enthusiasm about the conference all day, even at end of the day. Everyone I've met has been pretty excited and keeping quite busy. Most people I talked to said there were a lot of great technical… Continue
Added by Rav Ahuja on October 28, 2008 at 2:00am —
I didn't think I would have the energy to write this but thanks to Little Ceasers, here are some of the highlights from the closing of day 1 at the IOD conf in Vegas... Well I didn't make it to the EXPO grand opening (was at NY NY in the DB2 FTAC meeting - technical specialists), but did get to the Data Management reception at the IOD conf. It was a grand reception. It took me a while to find the room and after wandering through few of the other receptions, I think the Data Management one was… Continue
Added by Rav Ahuja on October 27, 2008 at 4:30am —
I arrived in Las Vegas Saturday night and checked into Luxor. Now Luxor is the next hotel to Mandalay Bay, where the conference is taking place, but as you can see from this picture taken from my room, it isn't just a stone's throw away. Its bit of a walk getting to the convention area even if you take the tram, well those staying at the Mandalay Bay will probably agree too. But its a big conference ... with over 7000 attendees, and takes more than one hotel to accommodate everyone.… Continue
Added by Rav Ahuja on October 26, 2008 at 8:00pm —