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DB2/390 db2/udb forums?

 
Piyush Porwal
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just wondering if there are ranch type well managed forums for Db2/390 or db2/udb to discuss any doubts?
or at least where participation is good...
 
Bauke Scholtz
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If the software part, then JDBC forum is appropriate I think.
If the hardware part, then the General Computing forum is appropriate I think.
 
Piyush Porwal
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I am talking at the SQL level like "How to find ...." in DB2 type of questions. Any specific site/forum you know, apart from IBM website.
For example, "what is the equivalent of Sybase's sp_spacereport in DB2".
 
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IBM Developerworks has forums for IBM specific products. That would be a good place for really specific db2 questions.

For things a bit more general, our JDBC forum is good.
 
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I suppose a DB2 forum is possible ... there are several DB2 books out there .... we could get the forum rolling with a bunch of book promotions ...
 
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And a MySQL forum. Also a PostgreSQL forum. Oh yeah, an Oracle forum. Oh, I almost forgot a MSSQL forum.

How far do you want to go?
 
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For what it's worth, we have an Oracle forum. It shares with OAS (Oracle Application Server) since there aren't that many Oracle specific questions. There are a whole bunch of PL/SQL type questions in that forum.
 
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