DB2 SQL PL: Essential Guide for DB2 UDB on Linux, UNIX, Windows, I5/OS, and Z/OS

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Prentice Hall PTR, 2005 - Computers - 550 pages
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Annotation "DB2 SQL PL, Second Edition shows developers how to take advantage of every facet of the SQL PL language and development environment. The authors offer up-to-the-minute coverage, best practices, and tips for building basic SQL procedures, writing flow-of-control statements, creating cursors, handling conditions, and much more. Along the way, they illuminate advanced features ranging from stored procedures and triggers to user-defined functions."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved.

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Contents

Basic SQL Procedure Structure
11
Overview of SQL PL Language Elements
37
Using Flow of Control Statements
63
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About the author (2005)

Clara Liu, Fraser McAuthur, Michael Gao, Paul Yip, and Raul Chong are consultants from the Information Management Services at the IBM Toronto Laboratory. They work closely with the IBM DB2 development team and have extensive hands-on experience with the DB2 SQL Procedural Language (SQL PL) through their work with IBM business partners and customers.

Drew Bradstock is the Product Manager for DB2 for Linux, UNIX and Windows. He works with all of DB2's customers, users, developers and champions to ensure that each release exceeds customers' expectations. Drew has been a speaker at numerous conferences, a Redbook author and is always looking for feedback on DB2.

Zamil Janmohamed is a Websphere Commerce development manager at the IBM Toronto Lab. He manages a team focused on developer productivity and tooling for Websphere Commerce practitioners. He also has an extensive background working with relational databases, not only as it relates to developing applications, but also designing, implementing, and supporting databases.

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