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Category Archives: DB2 z/OS

DB2 Native REST API – A Sample REST Application

Published February 27th, 2017 - by

Introduction In previous blogs in this series, we’ve seen how to install and configure the REST API, and how to create and delete services within it using PHP. This blog will focus on a simple REST application that displays information based on the IBM supplied sample data. Application Overview The Spiffy Computer Company (blame IBM Continue Reading

DB2 11 for z/OS Comes of Age

Published March 2nd, 2016 - by

It’s easy to think of DB2 11 for z/OS as still being the new kid on the block, but it actually became Generally Available back in October 2013 – Miley Cyrus was getting plenty of airtime with Wrecking Ball and the movie Gravity was expertly inducing vertigo in audiences all around the world. New releases Continue Reading

DDF and DBAT Queuing

Published May 18th, 2015 - by

When working with a customer a couple of years ago, we observed what appeared to be an odd situation, where we were well short of the DDF CONDBAT limit, but new connections to DB2 for z/OS were failing. What could be causing this? What do you mean by…..? Some terminology, just to start off with Continue Reading

A Bit of Trace Data Using DSN1SDMP

Published February 23rd, 2015 - by

Hiding at the end of the stand-alone section in the DB2 Utilities Guide is a tool nominally documented for IBM Support guided use. It can be used to trigger a dump when traced conditions occur to help with targeted diagnostics. It can also start additional traces and capture specific IFCID data instead, and this can Continue Reading

DB2 Geek Highlights of 2014

Published December 24th, 2014 - by

Well, it’s been another busy year for the DB2 Geeks. We take a look at some of our favourite DB2 experiences and blogs over the past 12 months. Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year from us all!   January – March A Sysprog’s Perspective – DB2 11 – In this podcast series we looked Continue Reading

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