Many of my blog posts are ones that can be read two years down the road and still have technical relevance. This is not one of those. This is about how excited I am to go to the IDUG DB2 Tech Conference next week.… Read the restContinue reading »
Edit 2019-04-02: corrected typo in the explanation of the -tbspname option. Also, a colleague notes that a 16K page size table space also works for this.
db2caem is a tool in 9.7 that reports actual row counts in your explain plan alongside your estimated row counts.… Read the restContinue reading »
So it’s surely a cliché, but since many of my favorite bloggers are doing it, I thought I’d jump on board. So here’s my list of top posts this year. Given the fact that I’m nowhere near 2,000,000 views like Susan Visser, and that I’ve only been blogging for a year and a half, I’m not limiting the list to things I wrote this year.… Read the restContinue reading »
This is part of a series focusing on the details of each item that needs to be pruned in a Commerce database.
What is it?
Guest Users are created by Commerce in the database. Technically they are only needed for when you allow a customer to add items to their cart before logging in or registering, or for a few other actions.… Read the restContinue reading »