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August 21, 2009 | Vol 6 Issue 32


In This Issue:

Feature Article - TechTip
TechTip: Simulate One-Part Names for DB2 Web Query Synonyms over Stored Procedures

Are you in a quandary because DB2 Web Query can't use *libl to find your stored procedure's synonym? Yes, it can!

anita_corcoranWritten by Anita Corcoran

In a previous Tech Tip, "Use a Stored Procedure as Your Data Source in DB2 Web Query for i," I discussed using a stored procedure as the data source in DB2 Web Query for i. Using a stored procedure as your data source offers many benefits to you as a developer: 


Feature Article - Career
Employment (and Unemployment) Take Center Stage at OCEAN

With California's unemployment rate at nearly 12 percent, finding a job means sharpening up your technical skills and knowing how to present yourself during an interview.

chris_smithWritten by Chris Smith

As usual, the OCEAN User Group meeting Wednesday night was interesting and well-attended, particularly for an August meeting. Both Bob Langieri and Carole Comeau got a round of applause from the members, who undoubtedly were expressing their appreciation for the work they, Margaret Matthews, and the other board members did that resulted in the highly successful OCEAN Technical Conference last July. Following that, it was on to more serious business, and the pair opened a few eyes and minds in the audience, describing what it actually takes today to get a job.


Advertorial - Help/Systems
Partner TechTip: Troubleshooting Enterprise Job Scheduling Issues Is Nearly Impossible

Discover how easy it is to view Windows and UNIX logs from one central console.

tom_huntingtonWritten by Tom Huntington

As we automate more and more of the data center, we realize that just because something is automated doesn't mean that we will never have to deal with it again. Eventually, some of these automated tasks are going to fail. When they fail, you need to be able to view the logs for these events. You may need to sign on to the server, and you may need to provide reports to your management team, too.


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