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by A. Robert Schwab,Tony Fabbri
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  • Author:
    A. Robert Schwab,Tony Fabbri
  • ISBN:
    0830695087
  • ISBN13:
    978-0830695089
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  • Publisher:
    Tab Professional & Reference; 1st edition (May 1, 1990)
  • Pages:
    256 pages
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    Software
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  • Rating:
    4.3
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ISBN13:9780830635085.

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I am converting SQL Server scripts so that they will run on a DB2 system and am having some problems wrapping my head around the use of variables in DB. This is obviously not the actual code but works well as an example.

I am converting SQL Server scripts so that they will run on a DB2 system and am having some problems wrapping my head around the use of variables in DB2. T-SQL code. Declare t value int set input value 4756. Select from TABLE1 where TABLE1.

For those required to work entirely with Microsoft SQL Server, however, focusing entirely on the intricacies of Transact-SQL.

The book does a great job of teaching the essentials in a hurry and is broken down into 22 lessons.

An overview of database design, data definition language, data manipulation language, control language and security, physical structure and characteristics of tablespaces and indexspaces.