An IBM Certified Application Developer is an intermediate or advanced level application developer specializing in creating applications that run on any of the DB2 platforms: Linux, UNIX (including AIX, HP-UX, and Sun Solaris), and Windows, z/OS, s/390, and iseries. This individual has strong skills in all common programming tasks as well as strong skills in one or more of the specialty areas: embedded SQL programming, ODBC/CLI programming, .NET programming or Java programming.
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This course enables you to acquire the skills necessary to produce application programs that manipulate DB2 databases. Emphasis is on embedding Structured Query Language (SQL) statements and preparing programs for execution.
This course teaches how to take advantage of advanced programming techniques to access DB2 databases in the workstation environment. These techniques can be utilized in addition to standard embedded SQL calls that are addressed in the prerequisite offering,DB2 UDB Programming Fundamentals. These advanced techniques include: Stored Procedures User-Defined Functions Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) Performance concepts are also addressed.