Db2 12 for zOS: Basics for DBA Beginners

Db2 12 for z/OS beginning DBAs can develop fundamental skills or recognition through lectures and hands-on exercises.

Db2 12 for z/OS beginning DBAs can develop fundamental skills or recognition through lectures and hands-on exercises of:

  • TSO/E and ISPF
  • Data sets
  • Db2 Objects
  • Structured Query Language
  • Db2 Commands
  • JCL and SDSF
  • Db2 Utilities
  • Db2 Logging
  • Db2 Program Preparation

The course materials cover Db2 12 for z/OS

Who Should Attend?

This beginning Db2 basic course is for z/OS database administrators who need to acquire the basic skills required to administer a Db2 database in a z/OS environment.

What You’ll Learn

Students will learn to,

  • Describe several services provided in a z/OS environment
  • Explain workloads in the batch environment
  • Explain workloads in the online environment
  • Describe job roles in a z/OS environment
  • Log On to TSO/E
  • Navigate TSO/E and ISPF
  • Use TSO commands
  • Setup and utilize JCL (Job Control Language)
  • Utilize SDSF
  • Describe the different types of data sets in a z/OS environment
  • Allocate data sets and list data set information and content
  • Create and modify data set content
  • Give an overview of the Db2 9 environment
  • Describe and utilize Db2 Objects
  • Describe and utilize several DB2 Utilities
  • Describe the Db2I (Db2 Interactive Facility) environment
  • Use SPUFI (SQL Processing Using File Input) to compose and execute SQL
  • Setup and execute Db2 Commands
  • Understand Db2 Logging
  • Describe Db2 program preparation process
  • Understand Db2 startup and shutdown
  • Understand and utilize Db2 recovery strategies

Course Outline

Unit 1 Introduction

  • The modern Mainframe Environment
  • Defining z/OS
  • What are the benefits of z/OS-
  • Typical z/OS workloads
  • Batch processing
  • Online Transaction Processing
  • Job roles in the Mainframe environment
  • z/OS Components and Services
  • UNIX System Services
  • The Parallel Sysplex Environment
  • z/OS Management Interfaces

Unit 2 TSO/E and ISPF

  • Emulators
  • z/VM systems
  • 2.1. TSO/E
    • TSO Logon panel
    • Changing passwords
    • Additional logon panel options
    • The Reconnect option
    • TSO READY prompt
    • TSO HELP command
    • LISTALC command
    • PROFILE command
    • Changing PROFILE
    • LOGOFF command
    • Scripting support
  • 2.2. ISPF
    • What is ISPF
    • ISPF command
    • ISPF Primary Option Menu
    • Primary Option Menu Areas
    • Action Bar
    • Options option
    • ISPF Settings
    • Global Color Change Utility
    • Function Keys
    • Option or Command Prompt
    • Keylist Utility
    • F3 Exit
    • F1 Help
    • F2 Split
    • ISPF Navigation Techniques
    • PFSHOW
    • More ISPF commands
    • Option listing
    • ISPF Command Shell
    • TSO Command Prefix

Unit 3 Data Sets

  • Data sets
  • Types of data sets
  • DASD versus Tape
  • Volumes
  • Storage allocation
  • Data set naming conventions
  • Catalogs
  • Storage Management
  • Checkpoint
  • 3.2. Sequential Data Sets
    • Creating data sets
    • Utility Selection Panel
    • Data Set Utility Panel
    • Creating a data set
    • Allocate New Data Set
    • Creating a sequential data set
    • Editing a sequential data set
    • ISPF Editor
    • ISPF Editor primary commands
    • ISPF Editor line commands
    • Data Set List Utility
    • Data set name wild cards
    • Data Set List Utility
    • DSLIST results
    • Select Action
    • HELP on Line Commands
    • DSLIST by volume
  • 3.3. Partitioned Data Sets
    • Partitioned data sets
    • Creating a PDS
    • PDS members
    • Creating a PDS member – Library Utility Panel
    • DSLIST Utility
    • PDS Member List
    • Member Actions
  • 3.4. VSAM Data Sets
    • VSAM data sets
    • VSAM data set components
    • Creating a VSAM data set

Unit 4 JCL and SDSF

  • 4.1. JCL
    • Batch Jobs versus Online Transactions
    • Batch job activities
    • Creating the batch job
    • JCL: Job Control Language
    • Statement format
    • JOB statement
    • EXEC statement
    • DD statement
    • Instream Input Data Set
    • Instream Output Data Set
    • DD DUMMY
    • Sample Jobstream 1
    • Sample Jobstream 2
    • Submitting the job
    • Notification
  • 4.2. SDSF
    • SDSF
    • SDSF Primary Option Menu
    • Output and Held queues
    • PREFIX command
    • Working with queue query
    • Select command
    • Canceling or Purging output
    • Sample jobstream 1 revisited
    • Sample jobstream 2 revisited

Unit 5 Db2 Relational Database Concepts

  • Relational Database Systems
  • Db2 for z/OS and Db2 family
  • The Db2 Optimizer
  • Benefits of Db2 for z/OS
  • Database
  • Tables
  • Indexes
  • Primary Key
  • Relationships
  • Referential Integrity
  • Integrity Rules
  • Data domains
  • Table scan access
  • Index access
  • Interacting with Db2
  • Transactions

UNIT 6 Structured Query Language (SQL) and SPUFI

  • Structured Query Language (SQL)
  • SQL categories
  • SELECT statement
  • SELECT list
  • FROM clause
  • Simple SELECT statement
  • SUBSTR function
  • SELECT with SUBSTR function
  • WHERE clause
  • SELECT with WHERE clause
  • IN operator
  • WHERE with IN operator
  • BETWEEN operator
  • WHERE with BETWEEN operator
  • LIKE operator
  • WHERE with LIKE operator
  • ORDER BY clause
  • The NULL value
  • SELECT with ORDER BY
  • Putting it all together
  • Joining tables
  • Correlation Names
  • Additional criteria
  • Cartesian products
  • Executing SQL
  • SQLCODE

Unit 7 Db2 Objects

  • 7.1. Databases and Table Spaces
    • Db2 objects
    • The Db2 catalog
    • Storage group
    • Database
    • Table Space
    • Segmented table space
    • Partitioned table space
    • Partition By Growth table space
    • Partition By Range table space
    • VSAM data sets
  • 7.2. Tables, Indexes and Views
    • Table
    • Partitioned table
    • Index
    • Clustering index
    • Index space
    • Partitioned index
    • View
  • 7.3. Qualified names, Implicit Object Creation, and SQL statements
    • Qualyfing Db2 objects
    • Implicit object creation
    • DML statements
    • Insert statement
    • UPDATE statement
    • DELETE statement
    • COMMIT statement
    • ROLLBACK statement

Unit 8 The Db2 System

  • The Db2 system
  • System parameters
  • Required address spaces
  • Optional address spaces
  • Started tasks
  • Master address space
  • System databases
  • Directory
  • Catalog
  • System database data sets
  • Data pages
  • Buffer pools
  • Buffer pools: Read operations
  • Buffer pools: Write operations
  • System buffer pools
  • Db2 logging
  • Bootstrap data set
  • Db2 locking
  • Integrity issues
  • Transaction locks
  • Isolation Levels
  • User interfaces

Unit 9 Db2 Commands and Program Preparation

  • Accessing Db2
  • 9.1. Db2 Commands
    • Db2 commands
    • Command format
    • DISPLAY DATABASE
    • DISPLAY DATABASE SPACENAM
    • Other DISPLAY DATABASE options
    • DISPLAY BUFFERPOOL
    • DISPLAY DDF
    • DISPLAY LOG
    • DISPLAY THREAD
    • ARCHIVE LOG
    • STOP DATABASE
    • START DATABASE
    • STOP DATABASE SPACENAM
    • START DABATASE SPACENAM
    • Executing commands
    • Executing commands: TSO
    • Executing commands: Batch
    • Executing commands: SDSF
  • 9.2. Program Preparation
    • Db2 program preparation
    • Source program
    • Precompiler
    • Compile and link edit
    • Database Request Module
    • Bind plan
    • Bind plan
    • EXPLAIN
    • Program execution

Unit 10 Db2 Utilities

  • Utility categories
  • Utility and Tools Packaging
  • Standalone utilities
  • Service aids and samples
  • Online utilities
  • UNLOAD utility
  • UNLOAD control statement
  • LOAD utility
  • LOAD utility steps
  • Restrictive states
  • Db2| Utility Generator
  • Utility Panel One
  • Utility Panel Two
  • Utility batch job
  • DSNUPROC
  • SYSUTIL table
  • DISPLAY UTILITY command

Unit 11 Db2 Shutdown, Startup, and Recovery

  • Buffer Pools and Logging
  • Normal Db2 Shutdown
  • Restart phases
  • Starting Db2 after a normal shutdown
  • Abnormal Db2 shutdown
  • Starting Db2 after an abnormal shutdown
  • Log initialization
  • Current status rebuild
  • Forward log recovery
  • Backward log recovery
  • Object backup and recovery
  • COPY utility
  • Table space recovery
  • RECOVER utility

Unit 12 Course Summary

  • z/OS topics
  • Db2 for z/OS topics
  • Other Db2 courses
  • Db2 for z/OS certifications
  • Course Evaluation

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CZAS TRWANIA (dni): 5

KOD SZKOLENIA: CV042G

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