There are many resources to help you get started in using IBM® DB2® Web Query for i.
The DB2 Web Query Wiki is the spot for documentation on the product. The Wiki contains installation instructions, manuals for all parts of Web Query, PTFs, and a constantly updated list of articles and publications on tips and tricks of using the product.
The ultimate resource for getting into DB2 Web Query is the "Getting Started with DB2 Web Query for i" Redbook. This tutorial-based book will guide you through the many facets of Web Query. Even without the various options installed, this image-rich resource will provide you an in-depth experience in all the features and possibilities that await you with Web Query.
For an interactive discussion, head over the DB2 Web Query Forum. Here you can use your IBM ID to post questions and techniques to the community. Or just come and browse to see how other companies are taking advantage of the power of Web Query. Plus, once you sign up, you can even be notified automatically of new posts or threads that match your interests.
And for those of you that would prefer a more formal method of learning, IBM Training has you covered with a variety of remote and on-site classes.
Finally, you are not alone with DB2 Web Query. IBM's Lab-Based Services team is here to provide on-site and remote assistance. This can include Getting Started services (possibility at no charge to you with the Power System Voucher program), custom training, and implementation services.
- What's new
There are multiple resources available to help you get started with IBM® DB2® Web Query for i. In addition to the Redbook mentioned above, the following are also available:
- Hints and tips
There are multiple resources available to help you get started with IBM® DB2® Web Query for i. A sampling of helpful articles are linked below. For a full listing of up-to-the-minute articles, visit the Articles page on the DB2 Web Query for i wiki.