Hi David,

I think you are seeing a Psuedo Closed Cursor. See
https://www.ibm.com/support/pages/pseudo-closed-cursor-faq for more

On Fri, Apr 16, 2021 at 9:37 AM David Gibbs via JAVA400-L <
java400-l@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:


I'm cross posting this to the java & midrange list because I'm not sure
it's a specific to java.

I've got a situation where, when I query a file using jdbc, it's locked
by the host server job (QZDASOINIT) for the length of the query.

If I query the same file again, using the same connection, the file is
locked and remains locked after the query is complete.

Is this a case of the query optimizer trying to be efficient? Is this
something that can be controlled using jdbc properties or QAQQINI?

This is happening on 7.2.



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