Has anyone any experience in using DSNULI instead of DSNELI/DSNCLI? If so, what are your thoughts? What's performance like?
We have done some performance tests here and haven't seen any significant differences in performance.
We are in the process of adding support for DSNULI, and testing for runtime compatibility between environments. I do not believe we have seen any significant differences in performance.
We have linked our dynamic Batch action-blocks with DSNULI for more than 2 yers now, making then accesable from Cobol Stored procedures. Works perfect! We have not seen (or measured) any performance problems.
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