SQL has been available on the AS/400 and iSeries for years. When SQL
was first introduced, it was not widely embraced because of limitations
and performance concerns. IBM has improved SQL on the AS/400 and iSeries
so dramatically that in some cases it outperforms "native" RPG
and Cobol record level access. Come to this month’s Metro Midrange Users
Group meeting to find out how you can begin to harness the power of SQL.
We will explore the following topics:
1) Why SQL ? Why Now ?
2) How to get started using SQL
3) How to add SQL statements to your programs
4) How to improve SQL performance
Raymond Everhart has over 18 years of IT experience with IBM midrange
computers. Raymond was a consultant, programmer and educator for an IBM
premier business partner in Upstate New York for 10 years before
relocating to the Dallas/Ft. Worth area. Since moving to the area in 1998
he has been helping local companies implement new technologies with his
consulting, programming and mentoring services. Raymond is also a
Contributing Editor for the Midrange
Programmer Newsletter. You can reach Raymond
with your questions at firstname.lastname@example.org.