DB2 Learning Guide

Lotus Domino 7 introduces the ability to use IBM's DB2 relational database as an alternative storage mechanism for Domino data. However, IBM recently announced that it is looking for more feedback from customers, and that support for the Domino DB2 capability will be held back until an upcoming maintenance release of Domino 7 (January has been mentioned as a timeframe). In the meantime, you can get a jumpstart on DB2 with this learning guide. Explore a wealth of reference material on everything from DB2 installation, administration and optimization to migration, development and more.


Support for IBM's DB2 relational database as a data store will be available in an upcoming maintenance release of Domino 7. This learning guide will give you a jumpstart to take advantage of this new feature. Explore a wealth of reference material on everything from DB2 installation, administration and optimization to migration, development and more. Take a moment to e-mail us to let us know what other guides you'd like to see on SearchDomino.com.

TABLE OF CONTENTS
   Quickstart
   Expert DB2 Advice
   DB2 Installation
   DB2 Administration
   DB2 Optimization
   DB2 High Availability
   DB2 Porting and Migration
   DB2 Application Development
   Newsgroups and Forums
   Other DB2 Resources
   More Learning Guides...

Excerpt from IBM: Lotus Domino 7 introduces the ability to utilize the DB2 relational database as an alternative storage mechanism for NSF data. You can expose Lotus Domino data in DB2 views, making that data available to DB2 applications, including IBM Workplace and WebSphere Portal applications. You can use SQL to build new Lotus Notes applications that blend collaborative services with relational data that is stored in DB2 databases.


  DB2 Quickstart  Return to Table of Contents

  • Article: Domino 7's DB2 integration
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  • FAQ: Lotus Domino and DB2
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  • Overview: New features in Lotus Domino 7.0
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  • Article: A look at DB2 integration with Domino Designer 7
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  • Guide: DB2 Document Manager quick guide
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  • Article: Quick DB2 UDB scripting
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  • Guide: Quick Beginnings for DB2 Clients
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  • Guide: Quick Beginnings for DB2 Servers
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  • Guide: Quick Beginnings for DB2 Personal Edition
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  • Guide: Quick Beginnings for DB2 Data Links Manager
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  • Guide: Quick Beginnings for DB2 Express Edition
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  • Guide: Quick Beginnings for DB2 Connect Enterprise Edition
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  • Guide: Quick Beginnings for DB2 Connect Personal Edition
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  • Redbook: DB2 Cube Views: A Primer
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  • FAQ: DB2
  • (cronid)
  • FAQ: DB2
  • (Yevich, Lawson, and Associates Inc.)
  • FAQ: DB2
  • (Raul L. Gonzales)

      Expert Advice on DB2  Return to Table of Contents
    Scott LemieuxYou'll find much more expert advice on DB2 in our Ask-the-Expert feature. If you've run into a problem using DB2 in a Domino environment, then pose your own question to Scott Lemieux.

    View all of our Domino expert categories or click below for a sampling of expert advice...

  • Advice: How can I integrate Domino 7 beta 2 with DB2?

  • Advice: Build with DB2 on Domino platform or scrap it for a .NET solution?

  • Advice: Connecting to DB2 from a Java agent using db2java.zip JDBC driver?

  • Advice: Retrieve data from a DB2 table dynamically, then display the rows?

  •   DB2 Installation  Return to Table of Contents

  • Article: Installation and configuration supplement
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  • Article: DB2 UDB for Linux, Unix, and Windows documentation
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  • Article: Comparing the distributed DB2 UDB servers
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  • Article: Which distributed edition of DB2 Version 8 is right for you?
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  • Article: Set up IBM DB2 Universal Database
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  • Article: Installing IBM DB2 UDB Express Edition with your application
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  • Article: Guide to GUI tools administration and development
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  • Article: Installing and administering a satellite environment
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  • Manual: Installing DB2 UDB Enterprise Server Edition and DB2 Universal
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  • Manual: Installing DB2 Universal Database Express Edition
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  • Manaul: Installing DB2 Universal Database Personal Edition
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      DB2 Administration  Return to Table of Contents

  • Reference: DB2 Command Reference
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  • Reference: DB2 Glossary
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  • Reference: Administration and user documentation
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  • Administration Guide: Planning
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  • Administration Guide: Implementation
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  • Administration Guide: Performance
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  • Reference: Administrative API Reference
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  • Article: The DB2 UDB DBA checklist
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  • Redbook: Moving data across the DB2 family
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  • Article: RUNSTATS in DB2 UDB Version 8.2 guidelines and examples
  • (IBM)
  • Redbook: DB2 UDB V8.2 on the Windows environment
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      DB2 Optimization  Return to Table of Contents

  • Guide: System monitor guide and reference
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  • Article: Best practices for tuning DB2 UDB v8.1 and its databases
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  • Guide: DB2 basic performance tuning (Network Appliance)
  • Redbook: DB2 UDB ESE V8 non-DPF guide for OLTP and BI
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  • Article: DB2 for Linux, Unix, and Windows V8
  • (dbazine.com)
  • Article: Assuring data integrity in DB2
  • (dbazine.com)
  • Podcast: Pulling thorns from the paw of the beast
  • (dbazine.com)
  • Article: SQL access to DB2 monitoring data: Capturing snapshots
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  • Redbook: Database performance tuning on AIX
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  • Article: Tuning for SQL replication performance
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  • Article: Tuning DB2 SQL access paths
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  • Article: DB2 UDB OLTP tuning illustrated with a Java program
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  • Article: Tuning for replication and event publishing performance
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      DB2 High Availability  Return to Table of Contents

  • Article: An overview of high availability and disaster recovery for DB2 UDB
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  • Article: DB2 Universal Database and the highly available data store
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  • Article: The basics of DB2 log shipping
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  • Article: Using DB2 incremental backup
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  • Article: DB2 UDB V8.1 ESE and high availability on AIX with HACMP 4.4.1
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  • Article: Licensing DB2 UDB V8 servers in a high availability environment
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  • Webcast: Protect your DB2 data with a new high availability solution
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  • Article: High availability and your DB2 Connect Server
  • (dbazine.com)
  • Webcast: DB2 High availability for Linux
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      DB2 Porting and Migration  Return to Table of Contents

  • Roadmap: Porting to DB2 UDB: Technical resources
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  • Article: IBM DB2 Migration Toolkit
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  • Article: Move data using the IBM DB2 Migration Toolkit
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  • Article: Migrate DB2 V7 databases to DB2 UDB Version 8.1
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  • Article: DB2 Migration to Version 8
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  • Article: Using DB2 routines to ease migration
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  • Article: Migration Guide
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  • Article: Migrating to DB2 Replication Version 8
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  • Redbook: Microsoft SQL Server to IBM DB2 UDB conversion guide
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  • Redbook: MySQL to DB2 UDB conversion guide
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  • Article: Port to DB2 UDB V8.2 from MS SQL Server 2000
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  • Article: Port to DB2 UDB V8.1 from Sybase Adaptive Server Enterprise
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  • Redbook: Oracle to DB2 UDB Conversion Guide
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  • Redbook: Database Transition: Informix Dynamic Server to DB2 UDB
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      DB2 Application Development  Return to Table of Contents

  • Application Development Guide: Building and running applications
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  • Application Development Guide: Programming client applications
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  • Application Development Guide: Programming server applications
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  • Application Development Guide: DB2 Information Integrator
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  • CLI Guide and Reference: Volume 1 | Volume 2
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  • Guide: Data warehouse center application integration
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  • Guide: C++ API Reference for developing wrappers
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  • Guide: Java API reference for developing wrappers
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  • Guide: Developing enterprise Java applications using DB2 version 8
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  • Guide: ASNCLP program reference for replication and event publishing
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  • Article: Create a Notes app to access DB2 using Domino Designer
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  • Article: Quick DB2 UDB scripting
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  • Article: The DB2 UDB memory model: How DB2 uses memory
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      Forums and Newsgroups  Return to Table of Contents

  • Where peers share know-how and experience: ITKE
  • (SearchDomino.com)
  • Web | Usenet  DB2 UDB for Linux, Unix, and Windows

  • Web | Usenet  DB2 UDB for Linux, UNIX, and Windows betas

  • Web | Usenet  DB2 UDB Express

  • Web | Usenet  DB2 UDB Spatial Extender

  • Web | Usenet  DB2 UDB for iSeries

  • Web | Usenet  DB2 UDB for OS/390 and z/OS

  • Web DB2 UDB and Cloudscape Open Source programming language

  • Web DB2 UDB with .NET

  • Web DB2 UDB with Java

  • Web IBM DB2 Everyplace

  • Forum: IBM Lotus Domino and DB2 feature for Domino 7 program
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  • Forum: dBforums
  • (DB2FAQ.com)
      Other DB2 Resources  Return to Table of Contents

  • Web site: DB2 UDB Information Center
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  • Web site: IBM developerWorks
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  • Web site: DBAzine
  • (dbazine.com)

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    This was first published in September 2005

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