Is it possible to write a DB2 trigger that triggers a call to a DB2 store procedure where the store procedure can invoke a Java program?
Yes, iSeries triggers have the ability to call a stored procedure. DB2 stored procedures can be written in Java so there's no reason to add an extra call into the process. Go to IBM Redbooks and look at the "Stored Procedures and Triggers on DB2 UDB for iSeries" Redbook for some general trigger & Java stored procedure examples.
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