Category Archives: SQL

A step back: A DB2 optimization term, then and now

The terms “sagable” and “non-sagable” became common place in the very first releases of DB2. However, the terms most commonly used today are indexable, stage 1, and stage 2. Since I have been dying to write about something (anything) since retiring, this seemed like a fun subject to attack. Continue reading

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Synonyms go UN-deprecated in DB2 11

Posted Saturday, April 16, 2016 My Blogs “Getting the Most Out of DB2 for z/OS” “Musings of a Life-long Mainframe Guy” Did you happen to read my blog post back on Jan 27, 2016 “ What are your plans for … Continue reading

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