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Java interaction with CICS-Db2. direct the plan as per need

 
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PostPosted: Mon Aug 17, 2015 2:16 pm    Post subject: Java interaction with CICS-Db2. direct the plan as per need
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Hi
let's say in DB2 we have tables with two qualifiers and owner
let's say X. table1 and Y. table1.
1. let's bind the tables X with packX and tables Y with packY
2. we make available packX to planX and packY to planY

but when we get the request from the java application to cics-db2 how can i say to my cics db2 so that it pick planX or PlanY on my direction?

i can do it in batch by giving correct plan in DSN system as input to the IKJEFT01. how to do the same when java interacting with CICS-db2
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