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Introduction to DB2 for z/OS for Systems and Operations Personnel (CV021G)

Introduction to DB2 for z/OS for Systems and Operations Personnel (CV021G)

Overview

Duration : 3 Days

DB2 11 for z/OS beginning DBAs can develop fundamental skills or recognition through lectures and hands-on exercises of:

  • DB2 Objects
  • Structured Query Language
  • DB2 Commands
  • DB2 Utilities
  • DB2 Logging
  • DB2 Program Preparation

The course materials cover DB2 11 for z/OS.

Objectives

Course Objectives

  • Give an overview of the DB2 9 environment
  • Describe and utilize DB2 Objects
  • Describe and utilize several DB2 Utilities
  • Describe the DB2I (DB2 Interactive Facility) environment
  • Use SPUFI (SQL Processing Using File Input) to compose and execute SQL
  • Setup and execute DB2 Commands
  • Understand DB2 Logging
  • Describe DB2 program preparation process
  • Understand DB2 startup and shutdown
  • Understand and utilize DB2 recovery strategies

Course Content

  • Z/OS Prequisite Review
  • DB2 Relational Database Concepts
  • Structured Query Language (SQL) and SPUFI
  • DB2 Objects
  • The DB2 System
  • DB2 Commands and Program Preparation
  • DB2 Utilities
  • DB2 Shutdown, Startup, and Recovery
  • Course Summary

AGENDA:

Day 1

  • Welcome
  • Unit 1: z/OS Prerequisite Review
  • Exercise 1: Connecting to z/OS and Creating Data Sets
  • Exercise 1 Review
  • Unit 2: DB2 Relational Database Concepts
  • Unit 3: Structured Query Language (SQL) and SPUFI
  • Exercise 2: SQL and SPUFI
  • Exercise 2 Review
  • Unit 4: DB2 Objects (Databases and Table Spaces)
  • Exercise 3: Databases and Table Spaces
  • Exercise 3 Review
  • Unit 4: DB2 Objects (Tables, Indexes, and Views)


Day 2

  • Exercise 4: Tables, Indexes, and Views
  • Exercise 4 Review
  • Unit 4: DB2 Objects (Qualified Names, Implicit Object Creation, and SQL Statements)
  • Exercise 5: Qualified Names, Implicit Object Creation, and SQL Statements
  • Exercise 5 Review
  • Unit 5: The DB2 System
  • Exercise 6: The DB2 System
  • Exercise 6 Review
  • Unit 6: DB2 Commands and Program Preparation


Day 3

  • Exercise 7: DB2 Commands
  • Exercise 7 Review
  • Unit 7: DB2 Utilities
  • Exercise 8: DB2 Utilities
  • Exercise 8 Review
  • Unit 8: DB2 Shutdown, Startup, and Recovery
  • Exercise 9: DB2 Recovery
  • Exercise 9 Review
  • Unit 9: Course Summary

Prerequisites

You should have a working knowledge of:

  • Z/OS, TSO, ISPF, and SDSF
  • Sequential, partitioned, and VSAM data sets
  • Basic JCL
Course ID:
CV021G


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