We work with DB2 LUW (specifically we are currently on 9.7 FP4) running on AIX. Per best practices from IBM, they recommend that when you build a table, you place the data, the indexes, and LOBs/LONG ...
I believe I understand the reasons behind fenced and unfenced stored procedures. Fenced run "outside" of the database (in our case DB2) so as to prevent possible corruption of the database engine ...
Ok, I originally started a question a ways back called "What are the best practices for ETL of data from one OLTP system to another?". And as you can probably tell from most of my questions so far, ...
First off, I want to post that I am a developer and not a DBA, so I am trying to approach this from the standpoint of what is the best thing to do, rather than just assuming I can do everything ...
This question originates more from an "enterprise architecture" point of view. (Reason being, our company is just starting to get into data management, and actually having DBA's -- I know, horrific ...