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Sams Teach Yourself DB2® Universal Database™ in 21 Days, Second Edition by Susan Visser, Bill Wong

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Chapter 11. Accessing the Data

You can view the data in DB2 databases by using the following:

  • The Control Center

  • The Command Center

  • ODBC applications such as Microsoft Access

  • JDBC applications such as Java

  • Applications written in C, C++, or other programming languages

Each method uses SQL to access the data.

Today you learn how to use each method to view the data in the CDLIB database. Before you can actually access data in any database, you must first have the authority to access the database and the privileges to perform the chosen actions. At a minimum, you must have CONNECT authority on the database. See Day 4, “Getting Started,” for details on how to set authorities.

Today you learn the following:

  • How to access data through the Control Center

  • How to ...

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