The DB2PLAN statement defines the DB2 plan that PowerExchange uses for bulk data movement processing.
DB2 for z/OS
variable, enter the DB2 plan name for PowerExchange bulk data movement operations. Default is DTLPL
is the numeric value for the PowerExchange version, release, and modification level. For example, for PowerExchange 8.6.1, the
value is 861. For PowerExchange 9.5.0, the
PowerExchange uses the plan name from the DB2PLAN statement to access DB2 subsystems that you do not define with a DB2ID statement, or for which you do not specify a plan name in a DB2ID statement. If you use unique plan names for PowerExchange in different DB2 subsystems, define the subsystems and their unique plan names in the DB2ID statement.
During the installation process, PowerExchange customizes the DBMOVER member and the XIDDB210 bind job with the plan name you specify in the