Employ the DB2 for z/OS common SQL API in your tooling applications

Use Java technology to interface with the DB2 common SQL API stored procedures

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Knut Stolze Ph.D. and Marcel Kutsch

Date archived: January 11, 2017 | First published: July 31, 2008

Get the details on how to use the common SQL API (CSA), a set of stored procedures that exist across all IBM® data servers. Learn to employ the common SQL API and integrate it in an application. Explore a small J2EE Web application, based on the common SQL API, that compares the subsystem parameters of two IBM DB2® for z/OS® subsystems by employing the GET_CONFIG CSA stored procedure.

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