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One of many JDBC connection properties is "libraries". Your Java programmer
can use that if she wishes.

If you want to do it the hard way on the System i, one of the options not
mentioned yet is to write a CLI connection exit point that changes the
library list for specific users only.


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-----Original Message-----
Subject: RE: QSQSRVR job attributes

I don't think I understand. I've talked to the Java programmer, and she
said that she doesn't do anything with library list or user profile, so even
if I pass the library to the java method, I don't know that anything will be
done with it.

It looks like QUSER is the user profile used for QSQSRVR - is there anyway I
could change that? Or, any reason that when I do a CHGUSRPRF USRPRF(QUSER)
CURLIB(TEST) it doesn't seem to pick that library up in the list?


-----Original Message-----
Subject: RE: QSQSRVR job attributes

I see your options as:
- modifying the job description previously mentioned
- modifying the library list in the java method.
- passing the library to the java method like RTVOBJD OBJECT and passing
the library containing the object.
I would probably use one of the last two.

Rob Berendt

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