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ganga79

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PostPosted: Fri Nov 25, 2005 9:59 am    Post subject: In Bind Time what steps I have to follow
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Hi,
1.
i am having 3 programs PRGA,PRGB,PRGC,
PRGA IS THE MAINPROGRAM
PRGA IS CALLING PRGB AS A DYNAMIC CALL.
PRGB IS CALLING PRGC AS A STATIC CALL.
PRGC IS HAVING DB2 STATEMENTS IF I MADE ANY CHANGES IN PRGC
WHAT PROGRAMS I HAVE TO COMPILE AND PRECOMPILE ANY ONE EXPLAIN THIS PROCESS.


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I AM HAVING 2 PROGRAMS PRGA,PRGB
PRGB HAVING THE DB2 STATEMENTS
IN BIND TIME WHAT STEPS I HAVE TO FOLLOW.
THANKS
GANGA
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PostPosted: Fri Nov 25, 2005 3:08 pm    Post subject: Re: COBOL&DB2
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Hi ganga79,

Hope this helps...

1)In the first case, you need to pre-compile and compile PRGC and then compile PRGB. I don?t think you need to compile PRGA.

2)I did not get the second question ? for any DB2 program, we need to pre-compile it, compile it and then we need to bind it to a plan. If we bind it to a package, then these packages need to be bound to the plan.

correct me if I am wrong.
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