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Your JDBC access package must also be rebound with the higher APPLCOMPAT and this is often forgotten...
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You must find out which of the, probably NULLID, packages your JDBC is using and do a REBIND with the higher level APPLCOMPAT
It is probably one of the SYS%%%%% style packages – Naturally caution must be used as then *everyone* who uses these packages gets FL501 which might not be desired. IBM recommend having new Collections where the higher FL levels have been "allowed" and the steering the JDBC through either the connection config variable and/or through the gateway settings.
The packages are SYSSHxyy SYSSNxyy SYSLHxyy SYSLNxyy
x is isolation level: 0 (NC), 1 (UR), 2 (CS), 3 (RS) or 4 (RR)
yy is the package iteration from 00 to 99
Here's a link all about the APPLCOMPAT and JDBC parms: