After seeing some of the other responses, I'm beginning to think that I may have
misunderstood the question... Are you wanting to do stored procedures *written
in* Java or SQL?  

I assumed you were referring to writing Java for the stored procedures instead
of C, COBOL, RPG, SQL...

-T


enord@oriental.com wrote:
> 
> We are currently writing are main system in Java.  We have SQL statements 
>inside
> our class files.  We would like to create pure SQL stored procedures on the 
>400.
> Has anyone created these and could someone please give me an example of the
> code.  I have found a little on IBM's web site, but I don't think it is very
> good.  What should the source type be and what are the steps to compile this.
> 
> Thank you in advance for all you help
> Erik Nord
> Oriental Trading Company
> Omaha, NE
> 
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