The **Latest** from the Data Studio Team

Posted by Kim May on April 8, 2009 under Data Studio. Tags: , , , , , .

Two new articles and a great demo -

Oops! Restoring your Database with Data Studio Administrator
New capabilities in IBM Data Studio Administrator enable point-in-time recovery
http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/data/library/techarticle/dm-0904datastudiorecovery/
by Sailaja Bandlamoori and Tawanna Harris
As a DBA, it is crucial that you perform regularly scheduled database system backups as part of your backup and recovery strategy. In the event of an application or hardware failure, you can use these backups to restore your database. This article follows a day in the life scenario for a DBA named Erik, who works at a fictitious company. On this particular day, problems arise when Erik discovers that bad application logic has deleted rows from multiple tables of the company’s GOSALES database. However, because Erik used Data Studio Administrator 2.1 to back up the database, he is able to restore the database to its original state.

Migrating from CA ERWIN to InfoSphere Data Architect
by Norma Mullin
http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/data/library/long/dm-0904erwin2infosphere/
If you’ve had experience with CA ERwin Data Modeler and now are starting to learn InfoSphere™ Data Architect, this paper will speed up your model migration process and ease your learning process of the new environment. You will learn the differences between the two design environments, and you’ll also learn a set of best practices for using features of InfoSphere Data Architect that will put you on the fast track of working productively in InfoSphere Data Architect.

And, by the way, if you haven’t seen the InfoSphere Data Architect demo, you really should check it out:
http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/offers/lp/demos/summary/im-idaintro.html

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