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Marty Das

Joined: Jan 10, 2003
Posts: 6
How do i set this parameter within my java program? BG: DB2 version 7 on Unix/ Java j2se 1.3.1/ MVS. The currentpackageset I use in the .ini file gets changed by the mainframe and the DB2 Connection is timed out. I want to be able to set it in the embedded SQL using like setDB2CurrentPackageSet(String packageset)..Is this the correct method to use for the version of DB2 I have? Any pointers will be appreciated. Thanks
David O'Meara

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"jman bony",
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