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April 8, 2011 | Volume 8 Issue 14

ISSUE HIGHLIGHTS

TOP STORY: TechTip: Using SQL Client Special Registers in DB2 Web Query
FEATURED ARTICLE: Classic IBM Redbooks Lay Out Internet Security Guidelines
NEWS HIGHLIGHT: Marcus Dee, looksoftware Founding Partner, Dead at 50
WHITE PAPER: How to Achieve High Availability with Systems Management in five simple steps!
FORUM: Comments About "My Way of Looping"
BUSINESS CONTINUITY TODAY: Ch.11: Is the Cloud Right for You?
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Feature Article - TechTip
 
TechTip: Using SQL Client Special Registers in DB2 Web Query

Leverage DB2 Web Query and SQL client special registers.

gene_cobbWritten by Gene Cobb

In V6R1 of the IBM i operating system, support was added for the specification (and subsequent retrieval) of several new special registers that applications can use to identify what jobs, users, programs, and applications are issuing SQL statements to the DB2 for i engine. Currently, there are five such registers you can use:


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Feature Article - Security
 
Classic IBM Redbooks Lay Out Internet Security Guidelines

If your emphasis has been on acquiring the skills to put your company on the Web, you may want to ask if you have the necessary knowledge of system and network security to protect your firm once it gets there.

chris_smithWritten by Chris Smith

With the growing emphasis on connecting IBM i systems to the Internet, one has to ask if the current focus on developers' tools to get there isn't tantamount to educating a 10-year-old on alternative trails for skateboarding over to the interstate highway. If you don't know how to secure the system once you're online, is it really wise to keep accelerating up the onramp?


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Latest Chapter: Business Continuity Today Ch.11: Is the Cloud Right for You?

 

Business Continuity Today Ch. 1: Planning for Business Resilience

Business Continuity Today Ch. 2: Security Threats, Trends and Risks

Business Continuity Today Ch. 3: Optimizing Data Availability in Information Hungry Organizations

Business Continuity Today Ch. 4: Compliance and the New Reality for IT Resiliency

Business Continuity Today Ch. 5: Maintaining Availability with Virtualization Technologies

Business Continuity Today Ch. 6: Data Replication: Making Sense of the Options

Business Continuity Today Ch. 7: Recovery: Strategies for Resilience

Business Continuity Today Ch. 8: BCROI: Measuring Returns on Your Business Investment

Business Continuity Today Ch. 9: Making the Green Connection: Ensuring Sustainability and Continuity

Business Continuity Today Ch.10: Disaster Recovery by the Numbers

 


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