DB2 meets the Web

Cox, John
May 1999
Network World;05/24/99, Vol. 16 Issue 21, p30
Trade Publication
Provides information on IBM's DB2 Version 6.1 software product which connects databases to Java, Linux, Extensible Markup Languages and other Internet-oriented technologies. IBM's intention to associate DB2 with electronic commerce; Enhancements include a Java Stored Procedure Builder graphical tool and LDAP interface; IBM's plan to introduce data-conversion tools to facilitate the shift to Version 6.1.


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