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Re:Objects in QGPL Librbary


  • Subject: Re:Objects in QGPL Librbary
  • From: "Roger Aranador" <roger.aranador@xxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 25 Feb 1998 18:23:00 -0800

fixed

Here is a portion from the ODBC User's Guide (SC41-3535-00)

<snip>
Extended dynamic support provides a means to cache dynamic SQL statements on
the
AS/400 server.  With extended dynamic, information about the SQL statement is
saved in an SQL package object on the AS/400 server the first time the
statement
is run.  On subsequent uses of the statement, Client Access for OS/400 ODBC
recognizes that the statement has been run before and it can skip a significant
part of the processing by using the information saved in the SQL package. 
Statements that are cached include SELECT, positioned UPDATE and DELETE, INSERT
with subselect, DECLARE PROCEDURE, and all other statements which contain
parameter markers.
</snip>

This option can be enabled when setting up the ODBC driver.  Also, you can use
PRTSQLINF OBJ(MSACCESFBA)(OBJTYPE(*SQLPKG) to print the information about the
embedded SQL statements in the SQL package.  This is useful when
troubleshooting
ODBC performance problems.
HTH.
Roger.

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Subject:    Objects in QGPL Librbary
Author: MIDRANGE-L@midrange.com
Date:       2/25/1998 6:43 AM

Our system contains a number of user-created objects in the QGPL library.

     Object      Type      Attribute
          APPROACFBA  *SQLPKG   PACKAGE
     MAIN123FBA  *SQLPKG   PACKAGE
     MSACCESFBA  *SQLPKG   PACKAGE
     MSQRY32AIA  *SQLPKG   PACKAGE
     MSQRY32FBA  *SQLPKG   PACKAGE
     MSQUERYFBA  *SQLPKG   PACKAGE
     MSQUERYFJA  *SQLPKG   PACKAGE
     SQLIBMFBA   *SQLPKG   PACKAGE
     SQLIBMFJA   *SQLPKG   PACKAGE

Can someone please identify these objects for me.  What are they for ? Where
did they come from ? Can they be safely removed ?

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