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Re: SQL problem



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Unless you are going to execute the commands on the production system, there should be no problem. Programs with embedded SQL do not need to be recompiled on the target system, only restored, if created at the appropriate release.

So you also need to change the command on the V5R3 so that they use TGTRLS(*PRV) or TGTRLS(V5R2M0). This way you know whether anything you compile will not run at that release, even if you do recompile on the production system.

HTH
Vern

At 12:46 PM 10/28/2004, you wrote:
There is a problem in my development system which was recently upgraded to V5R3 when I take option 15 beside a SQLRPGLE module



Commitment control . . . . . . . COMMIT         *CHG

Close SQL cursor . . . . . . . . CLOSQLCSR      *ENDACTGRP



This causes errors when running programs as sql statment failure because either

cursors are remained open from previous reads or commitment control is set on that file.



 The values should be actually (they used to be in V5R2)



Commitment control  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . :   *NONE

Close SQL cursor  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . :   *ENDMOD

I came to know that this is because of the upgrade to V5R3. If we change the Command Defaults every time we perform an upgrade these commands will be changed to what the new release is set to.

If we change those defaults for CRTSQLRPG and CRTSQLRPGI, is this going to affect me ?

our production is V5R2, development is V5R3, when we move these to production am I going to have problem?

any other commands like these which have got changed due upgradation just like what I mentioned in above example?

Thanks for your help....






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