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DB2 Universal Database for Linux, UNIX, and Windows (LUW) Resources

This page contains references that are specific to UDB for the Linux, UNIX and Windows platforms. There may be some duplication from the DB2 Links page, because some resources contain information for DB2 on all platforms. I have tried to put generic DB2 resources, like the Regional User Group information, computer magazines, DB2 education information, etc. on the Links to DB2-related sites page ONLY.

UDB Resources Index

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DB2 Blogs
IBM DB2 Sites
SQL Guides
DB2 Tools
Database Sites
UDB Specific RedBooks
UDB articles and Whitepapers
DB2 Hot Link Pages (links to good DB2 resources on the Web)
Development Information
Scripting Languages (Perl,PHP,etc)
DB2 Software Vendors
DB2 Hardware Vendors
Discussion Groups
IBM Redbooks
UNIX Information Resources


Blogs

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    DB2 tools

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    UNIX Information Resources

    Database Sites

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    UNIX Information Resources

    General UNIX Information Tutorials and Documentation Utilities vi Editor AIX LINUX HP-UX UNIX System Services (OS/390) and zOS
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    UDB Specific RedBooks

    IBM RedBooks are developed and published by IBM's International Technical Support Organization, the ITSO. The books usually, go into great detail on a specific subject area, much more detailed than the IBM manuals. They often cover very specific areas like, performance tuning UDB for Siebel. A number of the RedBooks cover performance tuning topics.

    A large number of the RedBooks are available for download in pdf (Adobe Acrobat) or HTML format.

    If you are interested in assisting develop a RedBook, there is a section in the RedBook site about Residencies. The program partners IBM technical professionals with Business Partners, customers and IBM product development staff.

    To go to the IBM Redbook site click here. Check the site frequently, because the UDB RedBooks are coming out quickly!

    The easiest way to find UDB books is to type UDB in the search box and click go. A recent search found 49 different UDB titles!

    Here are just a few of the titles:

    "DB2 UDB V7.1 Performance Tuning Guide", SG24-6012-00 (12/18/2000)

    "Implementing Siebel eBusiness Applications with DB2 UDB on AIX/NT", SG24-6211-00 (January 30, 2001)

    "DB2 UDB V7.1 Porting Guide", SG24-6128-00 (12/12/2000)

    "DB2 Universal Database in Application Development Environments", SG24-6009-00 (July 15, 2000)

    "Managing VLDB Using DB2 EEE", SG24-5105-00 (June 1998)

    "Backing Up DB2 Using Tivoli Storage Manager", SG24-6247-00 (June 21, 2001)

    "Understanding IBM e-Server pSeries Performance and Sizing", SG24-4810-01 (February 2001) (was formerly "Understanding IBM RS/6000 Performance and Sizing"

    "AIX Performance Tools in Focus", SG24-4989

    "The Universal Connectivity Guide to DB2", SG24-4894-00 (January 1998)

    "Business Intelligence Certification Guide", SG24-5747

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    UDB articles and Whitepapers



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    DB2 Hot Link Pages (links to good DB2 resources on the Web)

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    Discussion Groups


    Use of Discussion Groups

    Archives of DB2-L
    DB2 Email User's Group Mailing List Archive (db2eug) UDB Email User Groups Home Page (db2eug)


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    Development Topics

    General Development Topics Java
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    Scripting Languages

    Perl PHP Python Tcl Misc Technical Information
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