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    Cool Unanswered: Learn DB2 (I have sybase/microsoft db devel background, (Not a DBA)

    What's the learning curve with a T-SQL background like mine, and any suggested websites or advise?

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    go to ibm developerswork and see for tutorials on db2 ...
    there are many available
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    Quote Originally Posted by CodFish1
    What's the learning curve with a T-SQL background like mine
    I think the learning curve approximates the inverse tangent of the time squared that you spend studying the manuals.
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