• Subject: Re: Do I need to recreate an access path?
  • From: pytel@xxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Thu, 28 Jan 1999 09:44:14 -0600

Check user authority to *PGM object. User should have *CHANGE access to
program to update access plan.
Try running the program from QSECOFR once - this should update access plan
for all others to use.

Best regards
    Alexey Pytel



Bill Robins <brobins@ix.netcom.com> on 01/25/99 05:04:26 AM

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Subject:  Re: Do I need to recreate an access path?





Sorry, everyone.  I have led you astray.  Let me try again.

I have a set of SQL's running in batch (using Pro Data's SQL4/Less product)
that
is taking longer than I would like. So, I started debug and set the job
parameters to tell me everything that is going on.  -- We are running under
V3R2.

Here is what is disturbing me: some of the access paths that -I- would have
chosen to use in the query are not used due to reason 8 - "The CCSID of the
current job is different than the CCSID of the job that last created this
access

plan."  I would think that if this were a true message that the current run
of
this
job would reset that access path so that the next run of this program would
not
create this message, but that is not true.

The job's CCSID is 37, so is the file's.  I guess the question is how do I
get
the plan to reset and use the CCSID 37? Or am I missing something else?

Bill

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