Last month, in "Introducing the New Run SQL Command," we reviewed how you could insert, update, and delete rows/records in a database using the RUNSQL CL command. Today, we'll look at how the RUNSQL command can be used to query, or select, data from the SAMPLE database we created in the earlier article.
After reviewing our choice of the top 10 development tools, one reader speaks up in favor of CA's under-promoted rapid application development tool.
Written by Chris Smith
Whenever you publish a wrap-up article listing industry products, you often get reactions from readers that range from very positive to mildly negative. There are those who pipe up and say, "Hey, you forgot one!" Or, occasionally, vendors will let you know that they were pleased by how their company or product was represented. And some readers express gratitude for the information presented that helps them make decisions. Once in awhile, someone will stick up for someone else, and that's what happened after our last "Power i Forecast: Top 10 Development Tools" article.
Does your Operations team complain that many of the events they look at aren't important? Does your Operations team miss important events because they are hidden within the "noise" of the other messages (like a needle in a haystack)? Do you need a separate console for each partition or server they manage?