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calling stored procedure

haridave
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i have a java application which will call a COBOL Stored procedure residing in Mainframe. Will ther any difference in calling these procedures from the regular SQL procedures. Also what are the issues concerned in such scenarios ? Also how do i capture the resultset from the procedure back to my java application ? i am using Web Sphere Server
 
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