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DB2 Catalog tables poster?

Anyone know where to get one? Or a website that has something similar?

TIA

Mairhtin
Nov 12 '05 #1
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"mairhtin o'feannag" <ir**********@rocketmaildot.com> wrote in message
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Anyone know where to get one? Or a website that has something similar?


According to one website I found, http://www.lazydba.com/db2/2__169.html,
Quest, at quest.com, has a UDB 8 version of the DB2 Catalog Views/Tables
poster. They require that you give them your name and address.

I found this page http://quest.com/landing/qcdb2_syscatalog.asp, which
seemed promising, but when I clicked on the "Register" link, I got an error
message that said "The RequestID is not valid. Could not complete request."
Maybe you would have some luck if you emailed them at one of the Sales
Office links and asked them to send you a poster or give you a download
link.

Other ideas:

1. Platinum used to publish a poster showing a DB2 catalog but they got
bought out years ago. I think CA (Computer Associates) bought them but I
couldn't swear to that; maybe CA continues to publish the posters?

2. BMC makes a lot of DB2 after-market stuff; maybe they publish a DB2
catalog poster.

Rhino
Nov 12 '05 #2
mairhtin o'feannag wrote:
Anyone know where to get one? Or a website that has something similar?

TIA

Mairhtin


Hi there, I have these behind my desk for both z/OS and LUW from BMC
Software : they were handing them out at IDUG. CA also do at least a z/OS
one, which I think is actually better than the BMC one but is too big for
the space I have available. One or our lead developers took that one off
my hands, and he now has it proudly displayed in his area.

Phil
Nov 12 '05 #3
bob
Here is a link to a Quest site for downloading a Macromedia Flash
application of the DB2 UDB v8.1 system catalog. Not exactly like the
poster but it's better than nothing.

http://www.quest.com/requests/?RequestDefID=1599

Mike
On Thu, 16 Sep 2004 19:49:12 GMT, "mairhtin o'feannag"
<ir**********@rocketmaildot.com> wrote:
Anyone know where to get one? Or a website that has something similar?

TIA

Mairhtin


Nov 12 '05 #4

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