IBM Netezza allows you to extend SQL by using user-defined extensions (UDXs), as well as User-Defined Analytic Processes (UDAPs). UDXs can be thought of as the user-defined counterparts of built-in SQL Functions. They are called from SQL in the same manner and follow the same guidelines for input and output. UDAPs, although called from SQL similarly to UDXs, are actually applications that run when called. The UDAP concept allows a Netezza developer to implement a freestanding, executable data-processing program, that runs ”out of process” that is, outside the system, and register it in a database.
This intermediate course is for application developers, and data warehouse analysts who want to develop applications for the IBM
Participants are required to have a working knowledge of UNIX or Linux, experience with shell scripting, experience with VI editing, and basic SQL.
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