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DB2 gets a db-key

Discussion created by ca.portal.admin on Aug 24, 2010
IBM has finally given in - DB2 10 will include hash key support:
""Hashing is a technique that turns a key into a physical location of a
row, resulting in one-page access for a matching row on an equal
predicate."" Sound familiar?

The year is 2010. What year did the IDMS db-key become available?

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Re: DB2 gets a db-key
"Remember DB2 Rel 8 actually had row-level locking?
Hey! All they need is retrieval mode (local mode) and then actual
clustered data and they will have justified the market dominance.
But WTFDIK . . . 8^/

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