by Ron Gordon, Mainline Information Systems
Tuesday, March 17, 2015 • 12:00 pm Central Time
Wondering what you can do with Linux in your environment -- then this is the session for you! In this session we will have a discussion of the various application types available for Linux from basic infrastructure solutions such as File Serving, eMail Filtering, and network infrastructure, to the more cutting edge applications around CAMSS (Cloud, Analytics, Mobile, Social, Security). Information presented will include indications of those applications that are available for LInux on the Power platform.
About the speaker:
42 years IBM in various systems, instruction, implementation, and consulting roles. Worked with IBM i, AIX, and Linux and supported most Websphere, Lotus, and Cloud products.
by Birgitta Hauser, Toolmaker GmbH
Thursday, April 2, 2015 • 12:00 pm Central Time
According to the SQL Standard, hierarchical (e.g. organization charts, bill of materials) or bi-directional data (e.g. flight connections) can be evaluated by using a recursive common table expression (RCTE). RCTEs were integrated with release V5R4 into DB2 for i. Other databases such as Oracle use a non-ANSI SQL Standard method for querying data called hierarchical query clause. To allow maximum portability the hierarchical query clause is introduced with PTF SF99701 Version 9 in DB2 for i. This session will show you both methods in depth.
Learning Objectives: In this session you’ll learn how recursive data must be stored in database tables/files and the methods (Recursive Commont Table Expressions and Hierarchical Query Clause) to be used to analyze them.
Audience: Developers and Users who are experienced in SQL Queries and need to evaluate recursive data or simply want to enhance their SQL know-how.
About the speaker:
Birgitta Hauser has been a Software Engineer since 2008, focusing on RPG, SQL and Web development on System i/Power i at Toolmaker GmbH in Germany. She graduated with a business economics diploma, and started programming on the AS/400 in 1992. Before joining Toolmaker, she was responsible for the complete RPG, ILE, and Database programming conceptions for a software house with its own Warehouse Management Software Package. She also works in consulting and education as a trainer for RPG and SQL developers. Since 2002 she has frequently spoken at the COMMON user groups in Germany, Switzerland and USA. In addition, she is co-author of two redbooks and also the author of several papers focusing on RPG and SQL for IBM Developer Works and a German magazine.