I have been trying to figure out this bug in my .NET program for the
last couple months. For background, it is for signing time sheets.
The .NET program calls a stored procedure that executes a RPG
program that marks the time sheet as signed. Occasionally, something
happens (a couple times per cycle for about 100 employees or so) that
causes my program to crash (please avoid the .NET jokes here). I
might be able to handle the bug okay now that I know what to expect,
but I am trying to determine what that data is and why it is in
I ran the following statement:
, HEX(EMP_COMMENTS), HEX(SUPV_COMMENTS)
WHERE EMP_COMMENTS<>'' OR SUPV_COMMENTS<>''
and got the following result (edited for length):
I know x40 is blanks but what is x00. Is that null?
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