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How can i send email from stored procedure in db2

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Hi I am on a project where we have to migrate database from oracle to db2. There is a java stored procedure written for oracle that sends email to the users after picking up their email id from database. It uses java mail api to send the mail. I have been trying to port the java stored procedure from oracle to db2 but I am not able to set the jar files of javamail on db2 from where the java stored procedure can pick up the classes. I would like to know if there is any way to set to jar packages from where the java stored procedure can pick up the classes. If that i not possible i would like to know how to send mail from normal stored procedure.
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Use UDF (user defined function). Take a look at this
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http://www.db2mag.com/db_area/archives/2000/q4/cutlip.shtml
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by:aaronkempf
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now why would you move from one obsolete db to another???

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by:AAMFK
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i was just kidding.. sorry..

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