DB2 Universal Database: Call Level Interface Developer's Guide

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DB2 has just changed radically--this is the one-stop resource that brings developers up to speed on the new standard. Unique tables illustrate how key commands operate in DB2 versus other database systems, invaluable for readers who must migrate or integrate systems. Shows how to develop DB2 applications using IBM's Call Level Interface.CD-ROM abounds with code with the book, tools, utilities, and the latest version of IBM DB2 Universal Server....
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Overview

DB2 has just changed radically--this is the one-stop resource that brings developers up to speed on the new standard. Unique tables illustrate how key commands operate in DB2 versus other database systems, invaluable for readers who must migrate or integrate systems. Shows how to develop DB2 applications using IBM's Call Level Interface.CD-ROM abounds with code with the book, tools, utilities, and the latest version of IBM DB2 Universal Server.

Concise yet complete the DB2 Universal Database application developer's definitive guide to IBM's Call Level Interface. This is the only comprehensive reference available for DB2 Universal Database application developers working with IBM's Call Level Interface. Perfect for intermediate- to adviced-level developers, it's your complete, time-saving, at-a-glance guide to mastering CLI, IBM's Call Level Interface for communicating with DB2 Universal Database databases. Inside, you'll find full coverage of core concepts of CLI, including a frank discussion of the advantages and drawbacks of using CLI instead of SQL. This one-of-a-kind guide will also walk you through the basic steps of building, testing, and debugging executable applications that maximize CLI's flexibility. Then it delves deeply into the CLI API functions and offers tested C++ programming examples that will help you maximize the power of CLI without sacrificing hours of trial-and-error programming. And because CLI is closely aligned with ODBC 3.0, this handbook also helps you sort out the differences between CLI, ODBC, and the international standards upon which both CLI and ODBC are based. Rich in practical examples and techniques you can put to work right away, the DB2 Universal Database Call Level Interface Developer's Guide is your shortcut to a new understanding of this incredibly useful interace.
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  • ISBN-13: 9780071345729
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Osborne
  • Publication date: 4/1/1999
  • Series: Data Management Series
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 641
  • Product dimensions: 10.38 (w) x 7.38 (h) x 2.10 (d)

Table of Contents

Foreword
Introduction
Pt. 1 Basic Database Concepts 1
Ch. 1 DB2 Database Architecture 3
Ch. 2 Database Consistency Mechanisms 23
Pt. 2 Application Development Fundamentals 43
Ch. 3 Getting Started with DB2 Application Development 45
Ch. 4 Writing CLI Applications 61
Ch. 5 Components that DB2 CLI Uses to Interact with Applications 77
Ch. 6 SQL Statements and DB2 CLI 95
Pt. 3 Call Level Interface (CLI) Functions 117
Ch. 7 Initializing CLI/ODBC and Connecting to a Data Source 119
Ch. 8 Data Source and Driver Capabilities 165
Ch. 9 Preparing and Executing SQL Statements 255
Ch. 10 Retrieving Results (Basic) 339
Ch. 11 Retrieving Results (Advanced) 399
Ch. 12 Working with Descriptors 441
Ch. 13 Retrieving Status and Error Information 503
Ch. 14 Querying the Data Source System Catalog 533
Ch. 15 Working with Large Objects 617
App. A ODBC Scalar Functions 643
App. B SQLSTATE Reference 651
App. C Information Returned By SQLGetinfo() 659
App. D How The Example Programs Were Developed 723
Bibliography 732
Index 733
API Index 741
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