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JDBC/ODBC

Discussion created by ca.portal.admin on Apr 4, 2009
Is anyone using the JDBC/ODBC Bridge to access IDMS information?

If so how are you using it?
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Re: JDBC/ODBC
"Not sure what you need to know here. We are using JDBC from Java
applications to access IDMS with IDMS Server and the SQL option. Works a
treat. Very fast. Very efficient.

At the moment this bridge is used primarily to download security
information to the midrange environment (our security rules are in an
IDMS database), and to do authentication against RACF using
userid/password via a SQL Function! We can also effect password changes
if the user's password has expired - a different function of course!=20

We have a few other queries that we use regularly but at the moment our
security checking is the most heavily used query.

HTH - cheers - Gary =20


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