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DB2 Native REST API – Security

Published May 2nd, 2017 - by

Introduction In the previous blogs on the DB2 Native REST API, we’ve talked about installation of the feature, how to create and drop services, and how to drive them. In this one, we’re going to have a look at how security works with REST – both in general HTTP/HTTPS terms, and from the point of Continue Reading

MVM Eases DB2 for z/OS Upgrade Anxiety

Published April 19th, 2017 - by

On 14th February 2017, IBM quietly announced a new software charging mechanism that could have some very positive implications for most System z sites – including DB2 for z/OS customers. MVM (Multi-Version Measurement) replaces the old Single Version Charging (SVC) arrangement, and promises to do away with many of the restrictions that IBM previously imposed Continue Reading

ZLOAD – Mid-Range Data LOAD into DB2 for z/OS

Published March 13th, 2017 - by

Introduction Most customers will have to deliver external data to DB2 for z/OS from time to time. For some, this will be a daily feed of volume data from clients and business partners, whilst for others it might be smaller mid-range generated test data. All will have faced the usual challenges delivering data from mid-range Continue Reading

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 Native REST API – Creating Services

Published February 10th, 2017 - by

Introduction In the first blog in this series, we discussed how to enable the native REST API in DB2 for z/OS. In this edition, we’re going to focus on how we go about creating new services and what methods we used to do this. In doing so, we’re going to be using PHP – which Continue Reading

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