Tag Archives: Julian Stuhler

How many DB2 for z/OS Stored Procedures?

As always, the answer to this is “it depends”! However, here are some basic rules of thumb that you may find useful: • Define an application environment specifically for your Java stored procedures. This should have NUMTCB set to a … Continue reading

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Position Power – V9 Spatial Features

 So, what exactly is spatial data? Here’s a simple definition: Spatial data represents real-world features and their relationship to one another. This includes geographic features (rivers, cities, mountains, forests, seas, lakes, etc), areas (flood zones, military exclusion zones, sales territories, … Continue reading

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IOD 2009 Blog – Day 3 – Mainframe update

27th October The third day of the Gold Briefing, and opening day for IOD, is in the history books and there is no shortage of new announcements and interesting tit-bits to share. The opening session was the usual mix of … Continue reading

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IOD 2009 Blog – Day 2 – DB2 pureScale

26th October 2009 Day 2 of the Gold Briefing, and I’m not the only one to see the irony of suffering from information overload at a data management conference! Yesterday I talked about IBM’s grand vision for Information-Led Transformation and … Continue reading

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