Java Stored Procedures - DB2 V7

Peg Donovan

Java Stored Procedures - DB2 V7
First - Happy New Year everyone.

Is anyone on the list doing mainframe Java Stored Procedures? & would you
share your experience & thoughts?
We're in the process of working out our migration procedures & standards. I
would appreciate input.
I'll be off a few days. But please e-mail me if I could ask a few
questions.
Thanks.



Ava Collins

Re: Java Stored Procedures - DB2 V7
(in response to Peg Donovan)
peggy.donovan asked:

> Is anyone on the list doing mainframe Java Stored Procedures? &would you
> share your experience &thoughts?

Peggy,

Our shop considered Java Stored Procedures, but since COBOL is more efficient
and since our system is primarily developed in COBOL, the decision was to
develop the Stored Procedures in COBOL.

Jacquie

Mark Buzzard

Re: Java Stored Procedures - DB2 V7
(in response to Ava Collins)
We are doing our procedures in PLI at present. However, we are activating
the C compiler for SQL procedures for the coming year. Long term direction
is to move from PLI to C at some point. I would be interested in
performance comments with Java on this thread.

Buzz




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Is anyone on the list doing mainframe Java Stored Procedures? & would you
share your experience & thoughts?
We're in the process of working out our migration procedures & standards. I
would appreciate input.
I'll be off a few days. But please e-mail me if I could ask a few
questions.
Thanks.



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