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Archive - Aug 2009
This is one of my few posts that are not about Informix features. I will write about a real life situation and use it for developing some thoughts about problem solving ability (or lack of it).
I will not use real names from either customers or suppliers except of course Informix and my employer. The scenario is this:
Several IBM Informix Dynamic Servers will be upgraded from version 10 on platform P1 to version 11.50 on platform P2. P2 is from a third party supplier, let's call it S1.
- Date: Wednesday, September the 16th
- Time: 1 hour -- 8:30 AM PST, 10:30 AM Central, 11:30 AM Eeastern, 4:30 PM London, 5:30 PM Berlin/Paris
- Title: Update Anywhere Clusters - IDS 11.5's Hottest Feature
- Speaker: Martin Lurie, Informix Technical Specialist
This got me thinking about what my hottest feature in IDS 11.5 is. I'd probably pick something obscure like XSLT transform support or oninit -w on Windows. I think this is referring to redirected-writes, which is indeed a not bad 11.5 feature..
I recently received a note about the IOD conference, October 25-29, at the Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas. If you register by August 31, you can get the early bird hotel rate!
Please go to the Conference Site to learn more about the IOD conference and register. Here are the top reasons provided to attend:
I run into many cases at clients where improving SQL statements or adding/changing indexes can make a big difference.
One client I was just at I made a few changes to their system that made a big difference.
Welcome to my blog.
My name is Jeff Filippi, I have been working with Informix for 19 years now, 14 as an Informix DBA.
My company "Integrated Data Consulting" is an IBM Business Partner who specializes in Informix Database Services.
My blog will focus on Informix Tips from experiences that I have ran across when at my customer sites.
I just discovered an interesting Informix focused blog and would like to share it with you. The blog has been created by a Brazilian guy called Cesar Inacio Martins. The blog content is written in Portuguese. At the upper right side of the blog you will see some country flags.
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