About this course

Course code TPZL1_OL37
Duration 2 Days

SQL for the iSeries ­ a practical introduction to the use of this powerful query and manipulation language for accessing and maintaining the DB2 UDB for iSeries database. This course is a prerequisite to CF13GB which can be used to extend your knowledge of SQL.

Prerequisites

Experienced iSeries users and programmers new to the SQL language who wish to take advantage of its facilities for accessing DB2 UDB for iSeries.

Before attending this course, students should be able to:

  • Use a Windows based PC
  • Navigate and use a Windows based desktop
  • Navigate iSeries menus
  • Use iSeries commands
  • List the data types that are supported by the OS/400 database
  • Explain the use of the data types supported by the OS/400 database.

Delegates will learn how to

After completing thius course, students should be able to:

  • Use Data Definition Language (DDL)
  • Use Data Manipulation Language (DML)
  • Use the SELECT statement to extract data
  • Code queries that use SQL functions
  • Access multiple tables using database joins
  • Describe the features of SQL query tools

Outline

The course includes the following Topics:

  • SQL history
  • Concepts and terminology
  • Review of SQL DDL and DML
  • Using the STRSQL facility
  • Ops Navigator for database access
  • Extracting data using SELECT
  • Column and Scalar functions
  • JOIN and UNION operations
  • Subquery and Subselect
  • Database maintenance with SQL
  • Query tools, (STRQM, QMF for Windows)

2 Days

Duration
Delivery Method

Delivery method

Classroom

Face-to-face learning in the comfort of our quality nationwide centres, with free refreshments and Wi-Fi.

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