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Getting Started with IBM Data Studio for DB2

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Getting Started with IBM Data Studio for DB2
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Publisher: IBM Corporation
Number of pages: 300

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Read this free ebook to: Find out what IBM Data Studio can do for you; Learn everyday data management tasks; Back up and recover DB2 databases; Write and debug SQL stored procedures and routines; Convert existing SQL or procedures to Web services; Learn more about integrated data management; Practice using hands-on exercises.

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