17 Feb When compiling SQLRPGLE source via CRTSQLRPGI, the SQL preprocessor includes the datasets containing variables for SQL execution. That implies to me, that if you want to use commitment control in SQLRPGLE, all files updated by the program must be journalled and all must. The module type will be RPGLE, only the source is SQLRPGLE. When you compile source that is SQLRPGLE it calls the SQL pre-processor.
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Introduction to SQLRPGLE on IBM i: Making a report
While externally described print files have their place especially with overlaysI often find myself using internally described files because they’re more straightforward. A look at hyper-convergence vs.
I proved this by compairing compilation spool files. However, whenever PTFs are applied, a change in behavior is expected somewhere. Next, I define the fields in the data structure.
If I needed special logic conditioned on whether or not a particular field was null, I could test the corresponding entry in the array here anC1 3 is the null indicator for the email field CMEMAL.
I have also specified the anC1 indicator array immediately after the data structure. Ben Rubenstein 11, pts. Forgot Password No problem! I like to make sure that every field that I extract from the database goes into a work variable of the same size and type as the original ssqlrpgle.
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Please enter a reply. There was an error processing your information. Ask a question, help others, and get answers from the community. Externally described files just as one simple example get expanded into numbered lines one per field in the compile listing, and these have no corresponding lines in the source. Is this the right way for every program? I’m going to write a simple report that prints a list of customers sqlrgle a customer master file, using embedded RPG in a free-format ILE program.
We’ll let you know when a new response is added. Also, “line number”, “sequence number”, and “statement number” are all inherently ambiguous terms, so it’s helpful to say whether you’re talking about compile listing or source member. Statement 50 will follow statement 49, but there can be numerous source sequence numbers between them, especially because a single statement can span a significant range of sequence numbers.
But this is just a hotfix for quick bug fixes as there are several hundreds of source files we may have to change and recompile. No; some programs need attention when they bomb.
Your suggestion does resolve the issue, but the code did compile and work successfully before I upgraded to V7.
This will end the loop if there’s an end of file or any unexpected condition. It dates back to before the turn of the century and can be found If any errors occur, the program auto-dumps and ends without halting.
The code is less than lines long and of that 30 or so are the output specifications for the report. The fields must be in the same order in the SELECT as they are in the data structure, and the types must be compatible.
If it says statement search for in the compile listing or visa versa. To keep it simple, I open the cursor then begin a fetch loop by fetching the data from sqlrpgld first row of the result set into the dsC1 data structure.
Next, the instructions for if the overflow indicator is on, telling it to reprint the heading and turn eqlrpgle the overflow indicator. Oldest Newest Sorting replies The strange thing is that the unchanged code shows the correct length in the field xref and the SQL precompile does not display any issues, but the compile fails Next, the actual business logic: Not exactly robust, but it works. This makes it very easy to move a column.