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  • A Complete Guide to DB2 Universal Database
    by Don Chamberlin: This book provides a complete guide to DB2 UDB Version 5 in all its aspects, including the interfaces that support end users, application developers, and database administrators.
  • DB2 Developer's Guide (5th Edition)
    by Craig S. Mullins: This comprehensive guide to DB2, written by a noted DB2 authority, is intended for database administrators and application programmers. It serves as the complete outline for implementing optimized DB2 application systems.
  • DB2 UDB v8 Handbook for Windows and UNIX/Linux
    by Philip K. Gunning: This definitive reference covers every aspect of deploying and managing DB2 Universal Database V8, including database design for optimal performance, availability, and recoverability; day-to-day administration and backup; comparing, selecting, and using appropriate DB2 programming techniques; deploying networked and Internet-centered database applications; migrating to DB2 UDB from other databases or earlier versions of DB2; and much more.
  • DB2 Universal Database Version 7.1 for UNIX, Linux, Windows and OS/2 Database
    by George Baklarz, Bill Wong: a guide and reference for DB2 Universal Database version 7.1, delivering coverage of every crucial topic. For administrators and developers. The CD-ROM contains a trial of DB2 UDB 7.1, and a demo program, DB2DEMO. System requirements: CD-ROM drive. The trial version of the DB2 operates in 'try-and-buy' mode
  • IBM DB2 9 New Features
    by Paul Zikopoulos, George Baklarz, Leon Katsnelson, Chris Eaton: In this book, the IBM expert authors provide you with comprehensive technical details and real-world business uses for all of the exciting new features in the current release of DB2 9.
  • Understanding DB2 9 Security
    by Rebecca Bond, Kevin Yeung-Kuen See, Carmen Ka Man Wong, Yuk-Kuen Henry Chan: This book?s material is organized to support you through every step of securing DB2 in Windows®, Linux®, or UNIX® environments. You?ll start by exploring the regulatory and business issues driving your security efforts, and then master the technological and managerial knowledge crucial to effective implementation. Next, the authors offer practical guidance on post-implementation auditing, and show how to systematically maintain security on an ongoing basis.
  • Understanding DB2(R): Learning Visually with Examples
    by Raul F. Chong, Clara Liu, Sylvia F. Qi, Dwaine R. Snow: Understanding DB2 teaches DB2 V8.2 visually, step by step, with dozens of examples and case studies drawn from the authors' unsurpassed experience as DB2 consultants at IBM.



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