An Introduction to IMS

Your Complete Guide to IBM Information Management System

Author: Barbara Klein,Richard Alan Long,Kenneth Ray Blackman

Publisher: IBM Press

ISBN: 0132886871

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 593

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IBM's one-stop guide to the newest versions of IMS: the database used by the world's largest companies for their most mission-critical data * *The ideal resource for every IT professional who is new to IMS or upgrading to a current or recent version. *Updated, authoritative coverage of IMS Versions 12, 11, and 10: components, architecture, database and transaction managers, application development, system administration, security, recovery, tools, and more. *95% of Fortune 1000 companies rely on IMS. Over four decades, IBM's Information Management System (IMS) has consistently earned the trust of the world's largest enterprises. Thanks to its reliability, security, and performance, nearly 95% of Fortune 1000 companies rely on IMS for their most critical IBM System z data management needs: 50,000,000,000+ transactions run through IMS databases every day. What's more, IBM continues to upgrade IMS to meet new challenges more flexibly at lower cost. In An Introduction to IMS, leading IMS experts offer the definitive introduction to the latest versions: IMS 12, 11, and 10. This edition reflects major recent enhancements, including dynamic information generation capabilities; new access, interoperability and development tools; improved SOA support, and more. Not just a complete tutorial, this book provides examples, cases, problems, solutions, glossaries, and more: everything database professionals need to succeed with IMS, regardless of experience.

Patterns of Information Management

Author: Mandy Chessell,Harald Smith

Publisher: IBM Press

ISBN: 0133155528

Category: Computers

Page: 736

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Use Best Practice Patterns to Understand and Architect Manageable, Efficient Information Supply Chains That Help You Leverage All Your Data and Knowledge In the era of “Big Data,” information pervades every aspect of the organization. Therefore, architecting and managing it is a multi-disciplinary task. Now, two pioneering IBM® architects present proven architecture patterns that fully reflect this reality. Using their pattern language, you can accurately characterize the information issues associated with your own systems, and design solutions that succeed over both the short- and long-term. Building on the analogy of a supply chain, Mandy Chessell and Harald C. Smith explain how information can be transformed, enriched, reconciled, redistributed, and utilized in even the most complex environments. Through a realistic, end-to-end case study, they help you blend overlapping information management, SOA, and BPM technologies that are often viewed as competitive. Using this book’s patterns, you can integrate all levels of your architecture–from holistic, enterprise, system-level views down to low-level design elements. You can fully address key non-functional requirements such as the amount, quality, and pace of incoming data. Above all, you can create an IT landscape that is coherent, interconnected, efficient, effective, and manageable. Coverage Includes Understanding how a pattern language can help you address key information management challenges Defining information strategy and governance for organizations and users Creating orderly information flows you can reuse and synchronize as needed Managing information structure, meaning, and lifecycles Providing for efficient information access and storage when deploying new IT capabilities Moving information efficiently and reliably to support your processes Determining how information should be processed and maintained Improving quality and accessibility, and supporting higher-value analytics Protecting information via validation, transformation, enrichment, correction, security, and monitoring Planning new information management projects in the context of your existing IT resources

Mastering XPages

A Step-by-Step Guide to XPages Application Development and the XSP Language

Author: Martin Donnelly,Mark Wallace,Tony McGuckin

Publisher: IBM Press

ISBN: 0133373401

Category: Computers

Page: 1168

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IBM's Best-Selling Guide to XPages Development–Now Updated and Expanded for Lotus Notes/Domino 9.0.1 XPages instantly revolutionized Notes/Domino application development, and the newest versions deliver unprecedented performance and flexibility. Now, the popular insider's guide to XPages development has been updated and expanded to reflect all these improvements, through IBM Notes/Domino 9.0.1 and beyond. Three key members of the IBM XPages team have brought together comprehensive knowledge for delivering outstanding solutions. They have added several hundred pages of new content, including four new chapters. Drawing on their unsurpassed experience, they present new tips, samples, and best practices reflecting the platform's growing maturity. Writing for both XPages newcomers and experts, they cover the entire project lifecycle, including problem debugging, performance optimization, and application scalability. This second edition of Mastering XPages fully addresses enhancements to the XPages data sources for Domino views and documents; the latest XPages mobile library; the new Domino Designer Server-Side JavaScript debugger; and improvements to integrated technologies such as Dojo and CKEditor. Nearly every chapter contains at least one downloadable sample application, offering extensive hands-on practice. This guide concludes with complete references to XSP tags, relevant Java/JavaScript classes, and XSP style classes. Coverage includes * Understanding XPages' development paradigm, tooling, runtime framework, and application architecture * Configuring Domino Designer and integrating XPages Extension Library * Constructing application logic and using data binding controls * Reading/writing Notes documents: from use cases to design properties * Using Views, including examples of accessing calendars via REST * Making the most of Notes/Domino 9.0's new DataView control * Coding: from the basics to fully customized behavior * Advanced scripting: AJAX, Dojo, @Functions, managed beans, and more * Extending the Rich Text Editor's functionality * Building and consuming new controls with Extensibility APIs * Taking web applications offline in the Notes client * Building mobile apps: controls, design patterns, and best practices * Debugging Server-Side JavaScript with Domino Designer 9.0 * Creating apps that look and work great–for local and global audiences * Systematically optimizing performance and scalability * Protecting data and users: leveraging Domino and Notes security models

Disciplined Agile Delivery

A Practitioner's Guide to Agile Software Delivery in the Enterprise

Author: Scott W. Ambler,Mark Lines

Publisher: IBM Press

ISBN: 0132810131

Category: Computers

Page: 513

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The authoritative guide to DAD, IBM's disciplined approach to applying agile practices in enterprise scale projects. Integrate enterprise discipline with powerful, widely-used agile practices into a proven solution for the entire software lifecycle. Scale agile strategies for complex development challenges, without compromising agile's advantages.

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Evaluierung der SQL/XML:2006-Standardkonformität von ausgewählten Datenbanksystemen

Author: Michael Wagner

Publisher: diplom.de

ISBN: 383664598X

Category: Computers

Page: 85

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Inhaltsangabe:Einleitung: Da die Nutzung des Internets zum Zweck des E-Commerce im B2B- aber auch im B2C-Bereich stetig ansteigt, ist im Zuge dessen auch die Bedeutung des elektronischen Datenaustauschs enorm gewachsen. Es werden Informationen ausgetauscht, die auf Inhalten aus Datenbanken basieren. Die eXtensible Markup Language (XML) ist ein Dokumentenformat, das aufgrund seines flexiblen und selbstbeschreibenden Charakters die Grundlage für den Datenaustausch über das Internet bildet. Neben dem Einsatz von XML zum Austausch relationaler Daten eignet sich XML auch zur Präsentation von relationalen Daten im Web. Historisch bedingt sind große Datenbestände in relationalen Datenbanken gespeichert und eine große Anzahl an Anwendungen greift auf diese Daten zu. Diese Tatsache erfordert im zunehmenden Ausmaß Techniken, die XML und SQL miteinander verbinden. XML hat sich in kurzer Zeit als Dokumentenformat für den Datenaustausch über das World Wide Web (WWW) entwickelt und ist ein wichtiges Dokumentenformat im Web-Kontext. Dennoch wird laut auch in Zukunft der SQL-basierte Datenbankzugriff bestehen und dominierend bleiben. Der Autor nennt folgende drei Argumente, die diese Aussage untermauern: SQL ist eine weit verbreitete, etablierte, mächtige, herstellerunabhängige, normierte Datenbanksprache, . SQL wird von den Datenbankmanagementsystemen zahlreicher Hersteller unterstützt. Entsprechende Systeme werden [ ] stetig weiterentwickelt und kontinuierlich bezüglich Performance und Funktionalität verbessert . Die heutige Datenbanklandschaft wird deutlich von (objekt-)relationalen Datenbanksystemen dominiert . In Folge dessen haben sich führende Datenbankhersteller wie Oracle und IBM früh dazu entschlossen, ihre Datenbanksysteme (DBS) um XML-Funktionalitäten zu erweitern. Da die Integration dieser Funktionalität ohne Abstimmung zwischen den Herstellern stattgefunden hat, existieren mehrere unterschiedliche Implementierungen zwischen den Systemen. Das SQL-Normierungsgremium hat daher ebenfalls auf die rasante Verbreitung von XML reagiert und den SQL-Standard um den Part 14 SQL/XML erweitert. Laut war die Veröffentlichung der Schlussentwürfe (Final Draft International Standard FDIS) für den SQL:2008-Standard im ersten Quartal 2008 vorgesehen. Die Realität zeigte aber, dass der Standard tatsächlich erst Mitte Juli 2008 veröffentlicht wurde. Diese Arbeit basiert auf dem Schlussentwurf ISO/IEC-14:2006. Dieser Teil 14 des Standards wurde noch im Jahr [...]

Catalog of Copyright Entries, Third Series

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Author: Library of Congress. Copyright Office

Publisher: N.A

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Category: Copyright

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The record of each copyright registration listed in the Catalog includes a description of the work copyrighted and data relating to the copyright claim (the name of the copyright claimant as given in the application for registration, the copyright date, the copyright registration number, etc.).