Are you unsure which XML indexes you should create for your SQL/XML, XQuery workload? IBM XML Index Advisor for DB2 for recommends the best set of indexes for your workload within your disk constraint.
For DB2 pureXML, the tool outputs the DDL statements to create the recommended indexes and checks for duplicate XML indexes in your database.
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XML Index Advisor is an IBM tool for designing and monitoring of XML indexes for DB2 pureXML and DB2 XQuery workloads. It is available in DB2 LUW (22.214.171.124 and later) and EXAS (126.96.36.199 and later) editions. XML Index Advisor works with DB2 database platforms that support IBM Database Tuning Tools and XML indexes. XML Index Advisor is available in both IBM® and U-SQL formats.
XML Index Advisor is also available on the IBM Analytics Performance Solution (APS) page. APS is part of the Big Data Solution Kit (BDK).
You can access XML Index Advisor from the XPIZ menu on the database console and drill down to the Advanced Option with XML Advisor on the advanced menu. You can also visit the XML Index Advisor Web page by clicking on the link below.
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The recommendations from XML Index Advisor are reflected on the Disk Space Utilization tab in the Overview page of the tool. On this page, the XML index size recommendation is listed in the Metrics section.
XML Index Advisor updates are delivered as patches. If you are running DB2 LUW or EXAS 188.8.131.52 or later, then an update is available. All you need to do is to download the update and apply it to your DB2 database.
XML Index Advisor can be accessed through the xpiiz.xpiiz.com Web site or through the DLIST XML Index Advisor command. It is also available on the APS page.
Please note that IBM Support for this feature is limited to 24×7 technical support.
You will find below a description of how you can add a new property in a XQuery or XSLT expression. If you are not familiar with XQuery or XSLT expressions, check the following documentations:
XQuery 1.0 (the last version of XQuery),
XSLT 1.0 (the last version of XSLT)
In XQuery, you can add a new attribute in a predicate expression, in a select attribute expression or in a for-each attribute expression.
In XSLT, you can add a new attribute in a template or an xsl:
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XML Index Advisor for DB2 is a free tool for the full range of DB2® 7.0 for z/OS (DB2 PureXML). The XML Index Advisor (XIA) for DB2 analyzes your workload and recommends the optimal set of XML indexes to optimize your database for an XML workload.
During its performance tuning process, XIA for DB2 analyzes your database and recommends the optimal set of XML indexes, using the proprietary IBM-generated indexes, to optimize your database for an XML workload. An XML index can improve the performance of an XML workload by 8-36 percent.
XIA for DB2 lets you specify your disk constraints and select your XML workloads. Then it will tell you what indexes to create, with recommendations for minimum, optimal, and maximum disk space usage.
This tool is available to you as part of your maintenance and optimization toolbox. With XIA for DB2 you will be able to gain a deep understanding of your database, helping you identify potential performance problems and optimize your database for your XML workload.
XML Index Advisor for DB2 is included with all IBM DB2 PureXML subscriptions. DB2 PureXML for z/OS comes with DB2 8.1 PureXML, DB2 9 PureXML, and DB2 10 PureXML.
There are two ways to interact with XIA for DB2. One is via the GUI and the other is through TSO.
Use the XIA for DB2 GUI to analyze your DB2 PureXML database. This tool can be used in either the PureXML tool environment or in the TSO environment, but not both.
Use the XIA for DB2 TSO to analyze your DB2 PureXML database. This tool can be used in either the PureXML tool environment or the TSO environment, but not both.
When you use the GUI version, you can use the “Processing” status icon to track the progress of the XML index recommendations being generated.
The tool has these three different levels of XML index recommendations:
The recommended XML indexes (with minimum, optimal, and maximum disk space usage) can be created manually using SQL statements, but they are not built automatically during database creation, as is the case with XMA.
The recommended XML indexes (with minimum, optimal, and maximum disk space usage) can be created automatically using SQL statements, as well as by checking that there are no duplicate XML indexes.
The recommended XML indexes (with minimum, optimal, and maximum disk space usage) can be created automatically by checking that there are no duplicate XML indexes.
The tool may produce up to five different results screens for you to review before you are done. The first screen (see Figure 1) gives you the
System Requirements For XML Index Advisor:
OS: Windows 7/8/8.1/10 (64-bit)
CPU: Intel Core i5-4460 or AMD equivalent or better
RAM: 8GB (16GB for the Pro release)
Hard Drive: 250GB (1.5TB for the Pro release)
Video Card: NVIDIA GTX 970 / AMD equivalent or better
Storage: USB 3.0
Network: Broadband Internet connection
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