SV: [DB2-L] Plan name used by an IMS transaction

Hanne Lyssand

SV: [DB2-L] Plan name used by an IMS transaction
Hopefully someone with more up to date information will answer. But as I remember it as a default the load module name, but you can override it by making a some definitions in IMS. It's 10years since I last worked with IMS, so I don't remember more details.

Best regards

Hanne Lyssand
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Emne: [DB2-L] Plan name used by an IMS transaction

According to the DB2 install guide, the plan used for an IMS transaction is
the transaction load module name.

It appears to me that it uses the CSECT name of entry point (at least, if LE
enabled).

Can anyone who has played with this let me know what is accurate?

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Gerard LE ROY

Re: SV: [DB2-L] Plan name used by an IMS transaction
(in response to Hanne Lyssand)
It's 8 years for me, so I remember you have to populate a "Resource Translation Table" to associate a PLAN and a Load Module.
I've lost details but you could find them here I think :
http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/infocenter/dzichelp/v2r2/index.jsp?topic=/com.ibm.db29.doc.inst/db2z_dsnmapn.htm

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Gerard







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> Hopefully someone with more up to date information will answer. But as I remember it as a default the load module name, but you can override it by making a some definitions in IMS. It's 10years since I last worked with IMS, so I don't remember more details.
>
> Best regards
>
> Hanne Lyssand
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> Fra: IDUG DB2-L [mailto:[login to unmask email] På vegne av Binyamin Dissen
> Sendt: 24. desember 2009 16:06
> Til: [login to unmask email]
> Emne: [DB2-L] Plan name used by an IMS transaction
>
> According to the DB2 install guide, the plan used for an IMS transaction is
> the transaction load module name.
>
> It appears to me that it uses the CSECT name of entry point (at least, if LE
> enabled).
>
> Can anyone who has played with this let me know what is accurate?
>
> --
> Binyamin Dissen
> http://www.dissensoftware.com
>
> Director, Dissen Software, Bar & Grill - Israel
>
>
> Should you use the mailblocks package and expect a response from me,
> you should preauthorize the dissensoftware.com domain.
>
> I very rarely bother responding to challenge/response systems,
> especially those from irresponsible companies.
>
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Adam Baldwin

Re: Plan name used by an IMS transaction
(in response to Gerard LE ROY)
The default plan name (for an IMS transaction accessing DB2) is the IMS
application control block name.

Using the RTT (Resource Translation Table) you can map IMS control block
names to DB2 plan names. If there is no RTT defined, the default plan name
is used.

Are you using an RTT?? Also, what versions of DB2 / IMS are you running.

Cheers, Adam

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