I'll use JNDI entries or a .properties file to hold the library list so I don't have it in constants in my java code.

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Subject: Re: QZDASOINIT library list - JDBC

Charles Wilt wrote:
I'm trying to understand how the library list is being set for a
QZDASOINIT job servicing a JDBC connection.

IMO, you should always set the library list for JDBC connections explicitly ... don't rely on job descriptions.

http://urlq.us/jdbcdrv400

david

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