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PostPosted: Fri Apr 07, 2017 10:01 am    Post subject: Need help in triggering a PL1 module when IMSDB Call is mad
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Hey Guys,

I am working on a data type conversion project. The current scenario is like:

There is a FIXED DECIMAL field in one of the segments of IMSDB. Using this data there are many PL1 modules. The same data is also present in another DB2 database with data type CHAR attached with the system. Our task is to change all these modules to get the data field from the DB2 table whenever the IMSDB data field is called.

My question is, Is there anyway that we can add a PL1 module to trigger whenever there is a PLITDLI call is made.
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