Understanding the new JVM exit property in the latest DB2 Universal JDBC driver

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Sujan Ghosh

Date archived: January 12, 2017 | First published: July 07, 2011

Using a new global property, you can now trap JVM exit or System.exit() upon completion of SQLJ tools like db2sqljcustomize and db2sqljbind, using the DB2® Universal JDBC Driver. This article explains the JDBC Universal Driver global property db2.jcc.sqljToolsExitJVMOnCompletion and shows how to use it. A sample Java™ application illustrates how to set the new property.

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