How to execute stored procedure in db2 command editor?
Which are the db2 tools to protect integrity of the database?
What is dbrm in db2 database?
SET is the ANSI standard for variable assignment, SELECT is not. SET can only assign one variable at a time, SELECT can make multiple assignments at once. If assigning from a query, SET can only assign a scalar value. If the query returns multiple values/rows then SET will raise an error. SELECT will assign one of the values to the variable and hide the fact that multiple values were returned (so you'd likely never know why something was going wrong elsewhere - have fun troubleshooting that one) When assigning from a query if there is no value returned then SET will assign NULL, where SELECT will not make the assignment at all (so the variable will not be changed from it's previous value) As far as speed differences - there are no direct differences between SET and SELECT. However SELECT's ability to make multiple assignments in one shot does give it a slight speed advantage over SET.
i tried to copy some records from microsoft excel to as-400 physical file through "Bosanova" emulation. Out of 14000 records only 12000 records copies and subsequently programe started to hang. Then, i closed the program forcefully. I did' under stand the problem. Also when i try to compile the physical file it is showing as "The file in use". How to overcome this problem?
What is the purpose of using commit?
How to execute stored procedures?
What is clone table?
What types of tables are there in the db2 database?
How do you concatenate the firstname and lastname from emp table to give a complete name?
What is the difference between spufi and qmf?
What is db2 plan table?
What is difference between rollback and commit?
How can the firstname and the lastname from the emp table be concatenated to generate complete names?
What is collection in db2 bind?