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DB2 SQL Workshop

IBM Course Code: CE121CE

Vendor# CE121G

GK# 9571

Course Overview

This course provides an introduction to the SQL language.

This course is appropriate for customers working in all DB2 environments, that is, z/OS, VM/VSE, iSeries, Linux, UNIX, and Windows. It is also appropriate for customers working in an Informix environment.

Delivery Format Options

  • Classroom Live

    Classroom Live

    Receive face-to-face instruction at one of our training center locations.

    From

    $1595 CAD

    2 day

  • Virtual Classroom Live

    Virtual Classroom Live

    Experience expert-led online training from the convenience of your home, office or anywhere with an Internet connection.

    From

    $1595 CAD

    2 day

  • Self-Paced

    Self-Paced

    Recordings, hands-on labs and expert instructors empower you to train on your own schedule.

    From

    $720 CAD

    1 session

  • Private Group Training

    Private Group Training

    Train your entire team in a private, coordinated professional development session at the location of your choice.

    Receive private training for teams online and in-person.

Request a date or location for this course.

What You'll Learn

  • Code SQL statements to retrieve data from a DB2 or Informix table, including the SELECT, FROM, WHERE, GROUP BY, HAVING and ORDER BY clauses
  • Code inner joins and non-correlated subqueries
  • Use SQL arithmetic operations
  • Use scalar and column functions
  • Use UNION and UNION ALL
  • INSERT, UPDATE and DELETE rows
  • Code simple CREATE TABLE and CREATE VIEW statements

Who Needs To Attend

This basic course is for everyone needing to write, support, or understand SQL queries. This includes but is not limited to end-users, programmers, application designers, database administrators, and system administrators who do not yet have knowledge of the SQL Data Manipulation Language (DML).