SQL stored procedure setup guidelines for WebSphere environment

1. When you restored the development library to another machine or install new Web application with stored procedure, you need to issue following command:

GRTOBJAUT OBJ(program library/*all) OBJTYPE(*PGM) USER(*Public

or, connected userprofile) AUT(*USE) for *PGM object GRTOBJAUT OBJ(database library/*all) OBJTYPE(*FILE) USER(*Public

or, connected userprofile) AUT(*CHANGE) for database(PF & LF) maintenance.

2. Create the user jobd for connected user used and modify the library list include all related *PGM and database librarys.

CHGJOBD (your JOBD) INILIBL(all of *PGM and database library)
CHGUSRPRF USRPRF(connected user) JOBD(your JOBD)

3. Test your application

4. Use WRKOBJLCK OBJ (connected user profile) OBJTYPE(*USRPRF) to check the connected user's operation.

Sometime you need END the QZDAINIT job for reconnection.


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This was first published in May 2002

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