I've been developing Web-based applications using Java -- with struts framework. This module will be used for a service station. I need to call an BPCS application, such as creating a delivery order and a purchasing order.
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IF you have LOTS of data to pass (a whole order table or something like that) you should write the order table to DB2 using the JDBC driver and just pass the order number as the key parameter in the PCML call. Let the host program read the "work data" from DB2 and generate a correct order.
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