|November 30, 1999
To: Los Angeles Area DB2 Users Group
|The next meeting of the
Los Angeles Area DB2 User Group will be on Thursday, December 2, at the Sequoia
Conference Center in Buena Park.
The Sequoia Conference Center is located at 7530 Orangethorpe Avenue, Buena Park, CA.
Telephone is (714) 670-9252. It is one block north of the 91 Freeway at the Beach
Boulevard exit (same exit as for Knotts Berry Farm). Click here for specific driving directions from your location.
Coffee and free food will be served at 8:30
am; the presentations will begin at 9:00 a.m. and end at about 12:00.
WHAT'S NEW IN DB2 VERSION 6
|You have probably heard that IBM 's DB2 is now
Web-ready and that UDB is now on OS/390. What exactly does this mean? This presentation is
a primer for version 6 and should help remove the mystery. New data types, user defined
data types, user-defined functions, triggers and procedures make this a major release for
IBM and for you the DBA.
DATABASE WEB INTEGRATION
The overwhelming growth of the Internet has open up another
access port for information. Information that resides on many databases in your
organization. The challenge to the DBA and application developer is to access information
from various data sources and display this information on the Internet in a safe and
consistent manner. This presentation is intended to describe the components required for
presenting data from a DB2 database to an Internet Web page.
Mike Sniezek has worked in Information Technology since 1976 and is currently working
with BMC Software as an Enterprise
Software Consultant. He has worked with relational technology since 1984, specializing in
distributed technology as a consultant and lecturer. Mike has lectured throughout the
world presenting topics related to relational database architecture and the Internet.