The Universal Guide to DB2 for Windows NT
If you're faced with designing, building, administering and tuning DB2 Universal Database 5.0 on NT - or passing IBM's challenging DB2 certification exams - this end-to-end guide was written just for you. In this book, an IBM team of DB2 experts introduces you to the DB2 family of products running on Windows NT, and shows how these products fully leverage Windows NT's power and security features. Understand DB2's data storage model, configure DB2 as a database server or DRDA gateway to communicate with remote clients, and provide remote access - including access for ODBC-based applications. You'll find detailed coverage of monitoring DB2 objects using both Windows NT's Performance Monitor utility and DB2-specific utilities provided by IBM. Discover how DB2 works with Windows NT's trusted domains; how to enable NetBIOS protocol support; how to perform DB2 traces on NT, and more. Finally, there is comprehensive coverage of troubleshooting errors and problems specific to DB2 on Windows NT.
- Mixed media product | 528 pages
- 178.05 x 234.44 x 36.83mm | 1,038.72g
- 04 Dec 1998
- Pearson Education (US)
- IBM Press
- Armonk, United States
About Jonathan Cook
Jonathon Cook, Calene Janacek and Dwaine Snoware software professionals at IBM's International Technical Support Organization, Austin, TX.