Free Trial

Safari Books Online is a digital library providing on-demand subscription access to thousands of learning resources.

Help

IBM Informix


1. 

Embedding IBM Informix

Embedding IBM Informix

By: Whei-Jen Chen; Oluwatosin Ajayi; Mirav Kapadia; Alexander Koerner; Jacques Roy; Dick Snoke

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 17-FEB-2011

Insert Date: 21-MAR-2014

Slots: 1.0

Table of Contents • Start Reading

In this IBM® Redbooks® publication, we discuss and describe the capabilities for embedding Informix® into applications and software. We introduce the technological architecture and describe several of the functions and features that support Informix as a robust and powerful embeddable DBMS. Many of these features are unique in the industry today, enabling clients to create a business advantage. The Informix database server can support the requirements of an embeddable DBMS, and is doing so for many companies today. The low administration requirements of the Informix database server...

2. 

Informix Dynamic Server 11: Advanced Functionality for Modern Business

Informix Dynamic Server 11: Advanced Functionality for Modern Business

By: Chuck Ballard; Carlton Doe; Ajay Gupta; Randy House; Alexander Koerner; Vijay Lolabattu; Keshava Murthy; Jacques Roy; Karl Schimmel; Richard Snoke

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 04-SEP-2007

Insert Date: 25-JAN-2012

Slots: 1.0

Table of Contents • Start Reading

In this IBM Redbooks publication, we provide an overview of Informix Dynamic Server (IDS) 11. IDS is designed to help businesses leverage their existing information assets as they move into an on demand business environment. Requirements here call for a flexible data server that can accommodate growth, in applications, data volume, and numbers of users. And it offers the capability to minimize downtime and to provide the high availability required today. A new suite of business availability functionality provides greater flexibility and performance, automated statistical and performance...

3. 

IBM Informix Flexible Grid: Extending Data Availability

IBM Informix Flexible Grid: Extending Data Availability

By: Whei-Jen Chen; Venkatesh Gopal; Holger Kirstein; Madison Pruet; Nilesh Ozarkar; Ammu Soni; Amit Vashishtha

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 23-JUN-2011

Insert Date: 01-JUL-2011

Slots: 1.0

Table of Contents • Start Reading

In this IBM® Redbooks® publication, we focus on, and provide an overview of, the high availability and Enterprise Replication features of IBM Informix® 11.70. Informix provides solutions for making data highly available in the MACH11 cluster. The components of the MACH11 cluster include High Availability Data Replication (HDR), Shared Disk Secondary (SDS), and Remote Secondary Standby (RSS) servers. Enterprise Replication (ER) provides a means of selectively replicating data between systems in near real time. The Informix Flexible Grid eliminates the administrative complexity of ER. Flexible...

4. 

Migrating from Microsoft SQL Server to IBM Informix

Migrating from Microsoft SQL Server to IBM Informix

By: Whei-Jen Chen; Chee Fong Koh; Deen Murad; Holger Kirstein; Rakeshkumar Naik

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 22-JUL-2010

Insert Date: 02-OCT-2010

Slots: 1.0

Table of Contents • Start Reading

In this IBM® Redbooks® publication, we discuss considerations, and describe a methodology, for transitioning from Microsoft® SQL Server 2008 to the Informix® Dynamic Server. We focus on the topic areas of data, applications, and administration, providing information about the differences in features and functionality, including the data types, data manipulation language, data definition language, and stored procedures. Understanding the features and functionality of the two products assists you in developing a migration plan. We provide a conversion methodology and discuss the processes for...

5. 

Migrating from Oracle . . . to IBM Informix Dynamic Server on Linux, Unix, and Windows

Migrating from Oracle . . . to IBM Informix Dynamic Server on Linux, Unix, and Windows

By: Chuck Ballard; Holger Kirstein; Srinivasrao Madiraju; Sreeni Paidi; Nora Sokolof; Renato Spironelli

Publisher: IBM Redbooks

Publication Date: 02-JUL-2009

Insert Date: 15-JUL-2009

Slots: 1.0

Table of Contents • Start Reading

In this IBM® Redbooks® publication, we discuss considerations, and describe a methodology, for migrating from Oracle® 10g to the Informix® Dynamic Server (IDS). We focus primarily on the basic topic areas of data, applications, and administration, providing information about the differences in features and functionality in areas such as data types, DML, DDL, and Stored Procedures. Understanding the features and functionality of the two products will better enable your decisions as you develop your migration plan. We provide a migration methodology and discuss the processes...