Db2 Release Newsletter
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Information about updates for IBM DB2 Software within 24h automatically per e-mail.
Anytime the IBM releases new versions or FixPacks for IBM DB2 Software we will contemporarily send a newsletter to you which will inform you about the changes.
If you subscribe here, you will receive a Newsletter anytime a version or FixPack appears on IBM Fix Central.
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Db2 products lifecycle
Here you find the actual subversion to each main version. You see when the EOS (End-of-Support) of the respective main version is pronounced. Anytime a new DB2-Version is provided on IBM Fix-Central this table will be actualized immediately. If you want to be informed by us when a new version is provided by the IBM please subscribe to our Release Info Newsletter. This newsletter is exclusively used to inform about the publication of new releases. Here you can see the previously posted newsletters.
DB2 Release Notes
Here you find actual Release Notes to DB2 Products that we prepared for you.
IBM Db2 Feature Requests
Requests For Enhancements
- Here ist the place to post you suggestions to improve and develop IBM Db2.
- Vote to support the realisation of particular features.
- Let yourself be informed via e-mail about the the progress of recent requests.
Both critisism and suggestions of users and customers are valuable feebacks to improve solutions.The IBM has implemented a websitesite within the DeveloperWorks to encourage this dialogue with users, administrators and developers.
Requests for Enhancements (RFE) stands for the reception of improvement suggestions. The RFE is available for most of the IBM's software products. Here you can adress your requests directly, respectively observe the already existing requests.
The positioning of a request is easy. Within a form the product's information and suggestions will be recorded. After a check and the release by an IBM worker, visitors of the site can have a direct influence on the importance of a request. This is done through a vote function with which you can vote for a particular request. The number of votes influences the order of execution. (For this feature a simple IBM User registration is necessary.)
The RFE website is an important facility for the Db2 Community to have a direct influence on the improvement and development of Db2. Use this opportunity!