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IBM DB2 Web Query for i Version 2.1 Implementation Guide by Hernando Bedoya, Yu Zhu, Yu Zhe Zhi, Yu Yu Wang, Septia Sukariningrum, Simona Pacchiarini, Doug Mack, Hector Gongora, Kei Fujii, Rick Flagler, Gene Cobb, Theo Bar, Robert Andrews

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Assignment #12: Stored procedures in action
This chapter describes the use of stored procedures to access DB2 data from Web Query. Stored Procedures are a powerful programming tool used to perform batch updates, encapsulate complex business logic (in SQL or other languages), or process business transactions.
In this chapter, we review some examples of how stored procedures can be used in conjunction with DB2 Web Query to extend the reporting capabilities.
19.1 Getting the most from your data with stored procedures
A stored procedure is a program ...

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