Every year at the DB2 training and DB2 education IDUG conference the users, consultants, vendors and IBMers get together and talk about the best database for performance and the lowest total cost of ownership – DB2. This year was great because it seems that almost everyone is at DB2 Version 8 for z/OS or going . . . → Read More: IDUG 2009: More Vital DB2 Information
Another situation when a transaction runs into problems is when it must check something outside of the critical transaction path or its normal activity. For example, when a transaction uses seven different discrete web services to accomplish a complete transaction unit-of-work and after the third web service runs into . . . → Read More: DB2 Java Performance Standalone Transactions Part 2
In previous blog entries I have talked about transaction scope, how DB2 Java applications access the database too much and transaction units of work (UOWs) are not really analyzed properly.
. . . → Read More: DB2 Java Performance Standalone Transactions Part 1