Sometimes when using bash, you can run in to an oddity where it keeps running the “wrong” command. Let’s go through a scenario:
Like last-week’s post about commitment control in Python ibm_db, you may run in to this unexpected error as well:
When using the Python ibm_db package to interact with the Db2 for i database, you may run in to this error:
QSH provides a wonderful utility called db2 which allows you to run SQL queries from within the QSH shell, but what if you’re in a QP2TERM shell or using SSH...
Today I got asked if you can index in to rows returned by ibm_db_dbi by column name. While this doesn’t come out of the box1, it can be done pretty easily.