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Database Systems: Concepts, Design and Applications by S. K. Singh

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Chapter 23 IBM DB2 Universal Database

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1.DB2 Client Application Enabler (CAE)
2.ANSI/ISO SQL-92 Entry Level standard
3.Application Requester (AR) protocol and an Application Server (AS) protocol.
4.DB2 Connect Personal Edition
5.Client/server-supported
6.Parallelism, very large, very high
7.Single-used
8.Enterprise-Extended Edition product, partitioned
9.Embedded SQL, DB2 Call Level Interface (CLI)

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