Naming=system just sets the syntax to use slashes rather than periods and also, IIRC, changes the way that library lists work. Since we use multi-membered files and don't want to mess with all the aliasing required to have member level access, we have an JDBC override manager that sets the proper member overrides at connection time and allows our Java applications to be DB agnostic. I think that is why the naming=system is used.

Pete Helgren
Value Added Software, Inc
www.asaap.com
www.opensource4i.com


On 4/18/2011 5:57 PM, James Lampert wrote:
Pete Helgren wrote:
I have been using connection strings like:

jdbc:as400://10.0.10.205;libraries=Lib1 LIB2 LIB3;naming=system;
Dunno about the "naming=system," but adding the "libraries=" clause (I'd
removed both earlier, because they didn't do anything with the "data set
wizard") *did* allow a View that called a scalar UDF to work.

Doesn't look like BIRT can handle UDTFs, but it *does* have an option of
using either a Select query or a Stored Procedure query. We've been
doing only the former; I haven't a clue how to set up the latter.

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JHHL

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