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What are the different methods of accessing db2 from tso?
How is the connection established between TSO & DB2?

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What are the different methods of accessing db2 from tso? How is the connection established betwee..

Answer / guest

You can access DB2 using the interactive TSO/ISPF panels
like SPUFI, QMF. You can also invoke DB2 through TSO batch
by invoking the DSN command processor to run a DB2 program.

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What are the different methods of accessing db2 from tso? How is the connection established betwee..

Answer / s

DB2I will invoke the DSN command processor to establish a
connection with DB2. SPUFI,QMF also allows access to DB2
from TSO/ISPF.

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What are the different methods of accessing db2 from tso? How is the connection established betwee..

Answer / k murali krishna

By using QMF and SPUFI, we can access DB2 from TSO

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