• Subject: Native JDBC Driver and Library List Problems
  • From: "Al Heitkamp" <Al.Heitkamp@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 23 Aug 2000 10:02:23 -0500

I have two java jobs that I submit to batch that call stored procedures.  Each 
needs a different library list.   I setup a job description for each job with 
the appropriate library lists.  The SBMJOB commands I use are:

SBMJOB CMD(CALL PGM(STERMB01/MF4000CL)) JOB(MF4000CL) JOBD(HEITKA01/AAHJOBD)
SBMJOB CMD(CALL PGM(HEITKA01/IMINTCL)) JOB(IMINTCL) JOBD(HEITKA01/IMINT)

It appears that the stored procedures get the library list of the job 
description that my user profile points to instead of picking up the library 
list from the JOBD parameter on the SBMJOB command.  If I set the job 
description for my user profile before I submit the job it works fine, but this 
is very cumbersome and would not work well in production unless we set up 
separate user profiles for each job.

We are running V4R4 of the OS and Java 1.1.7.

Has anyone else encountered similar issues?

Thanks,




Alan A. Heitkamp
H.B. Fuller Company
(651) 236-4072
Al.Heitkamp@hbfuller.com


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