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DB2 Tech Talk: Oracle Database and PL/SQL Compatibility Features of DB2 10

IBM introduced very successful PL/SQL Compatibility features in the previous version of DB2 for LUW. Now, with the introduction of DB2 10, there are new enhancements that make it easier than ever before to make the move to DB2. This webcast will discuss:

•Native PL/SQL support, as well
IBM introduced very successful PL/SQL Compatibility features in the previous version of DB2 for LUW. Now, with the introduction of DB2 10, there are new enhancements that make it easier than ever before to make the move to DB2. This webcast will discuss:

•Native PL/SQL support, as well as other compatibility features including: concurrency control, PL/SQL package support, Oracle SQL dialect support, OCI, SQL * Plus Scripts, Oracle Forms

•New compatibility features in DB2 10 including enhanced support for triggers, new scalar functions, declared types and procedures within a local scope

•Tooling that IBM has made available to streamline this move process

•Case studies drawn from elements of the process with actual customers and shown at the code level. We will also share some of the excellent compatibility results that our customers have found during the early access program.

Serge Rielau, SQL Architect for DB2 for LUW , is from the IBM labs and is both your host and presenter. Note that the start time is 12:30 PM ET and that you may be seeing this time translated into your local time zone.
Recorded May 31 2012 81 mins
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