Caching
IBM DB2 Query Management Facility for z/OS V11.2.1 (QMF) for Workstation and QMF for WebSphere employ caching in several areas. In QMF, caching refers to the act of pulling information from a data source and keeping it in memory, a temporary file, or a permanent file at the client machine. Then, when follow-up requests are made for that same information, the locally saved version of the information is used. The typical use cases are listed:
Reducing CPU consumption at the remote database server
Providing information to users without ...

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