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Invoking Cobol stored procedure using Java

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Hello,

Iím working on mainframes platform and have been trying to collect some knowledge on Stored Procedures. I referred to IBMís red book. And found details regarding how to create stored procedure. Now I want to know if we can invoke these COBOL or SQL stored procedures using Java, the JDBC drivers.

If any one can share any information in this regard then it will be great.

Thanks and regards,
Khushboo Chhabra
Mar 23 '07 #1
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