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June 11, 2008 | Vol 3 Issue 11


In This Issue:

>> Take Control of DB2 for i Performance with V6R1 System i Navigator
EJB3 and WebSphere: A Harmonious Union?

Feature Article - System Administration
Take Control of DB2 for i Performance with V6R1 System i Navigator

Tune SQL performance using the System i Navigator's GUI.

By Jarek Miszczyk

The graphical interface used to manage all aspects of System i operations has recently quite dramatically evolved. In addition to the traditional Windows client, you now have the ability to perform most of the tasks through a Web browser. Although System i Access for Web has quite impressive functionality, certain areas are still best served by the "traditional" Windows-based client. As of V6R1, professionals who are charged with DB2 administration will probably continue to rely on the rich functionality provided by the System i Navigator for Windows when it comes to DB2 management and performance tuning.


Feature Article - WebSphere
EJB3 and WebSphere: A Harmonious Union?

After stumbling out of the gate, Entity Java Beans return with a whole new attitude.

joe_pluta.jpgBy Joe Pluta

In my most recent article on Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA), I mentioned that I consider Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP) to be terribly over-engineered. In that same article, I mentioned my longstanding opinion that Enterprise JavaBeans (EJB) was originally in the same category. I in fact once said EJB was one of the first technologies that had "jumped the shark" before being officially released.


However, EJB has evolved.


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