By Don Chamberlin
DB2 common Database (UDB) helps many differing types of functions, on many various different types of information, in lots of diversified software program and environments.
This publication presents an entire consultant to DB2 UDB model five in all its facets, together with the interfaces that aid finish clients, program builders, and database directors. it's complementary to the IBM product documentation, delivering a transparent and casual rationalization of the way the good points of DB2 have been meant for use. it's an intensive revision of the author's past publication, utilizing the recent DB2: IBM's Object-Relational Database method . * bargains entire and self-contained details, and doesn't suppose earlier wisdom of DB2, SQL, or relational database strategies * Covers common rules of database administration in addition to the complicated positive aspects of UDB, together with recursive queries, constraints, triggers, user-defined datatypes, kept tactics, parallel databases, and graphical instruments for database management * comprises dozens of useful counsel that would store readers many hours of labor in constructing database purposes * offers 1000's of validated examples written in SQL, C, C++, and Java, all of that are to be had at the MKP site
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Preservation Description Information Reference Information Provenance Information Context Information Fig. 2 Provenance Information Provenance Information: The information that documents the history of the Content Information. This information tells the origin or source of the Content Information, any changes that may have taken place since it was originated, and who has had custody of it since it was originated. The archive is responsible for creating and preserving Provenance Information from the point of Ingest; however, earlier Provenance Information should be provided by the Producer.
The advantage of this definition is that it leads to something that can be tested. So if an archive claims “we are preserving this digital object for astronomers” we can then call in an astronomer to test that claim. The disadvantage is that the preserver could choose a definition which makes life easy for him/her – what is to stop that? The answer is that there is nothing to prevent that but who would rely on such an archive? As long as the archive’s definition is made clear then the person depositing the digital objects can decide whether this is acceptable.
Now we approach one element of what that the “preservation” part of “digital preservation” means. To require that things are able to be “interpreted, understood and used” is to make some very powerful demands. It not only includes playing a digital recording so it can be heard, or rendering an image or a document so that it can be seen; it also includes being able to understand what the columns in the spreadsheet we mention earlier means, or what the numbers in a piece of scientific data mean; this is needed in order to actually understand and in particular use the data, for example using it in some analysis programme, combining it with other data in order to derive new scientific insights.
A Complete Guide to DB2 Universal Database by Don Chamberlin