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How to call CLP command likes "runstats on table..." in Java SP

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I want to call CLP command like "runstats on table..."  in JavaSP.
When I use sqlj to run this statement,the error occur.
How can I do it.

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You can't (at least not without resorting to JNI).
Runstats is part of the admin API.
AFAIK there is no Java binding for
that API.
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