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RE: What am I doing wrong on SQL CREATE FUNCTION? -- I should have documented how I did this before!



fixed

You should be able to find your previous statements by querying the QSYS2.SYSFUNCS table.

Select ROUTINE_DEFINITION from QSYS2.SYSFUNCS where ROUTINE_NAME='YOURFUNCNAME';

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From: midrange-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:midrange-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of James Lampert
Sent: Thursday, September 27, 2012 12:36 PM
To: Midrange Systems Technical Discussion
Subject: What am I doing wrong on SQL CREATE FUNCTION? -- I should have documented how I did this before!

It was only three weeks ago that I did this before, but I don't remember the exact CREATE FUNCTION syntax I used, and didn't document it anywhere, and what I'm trying isn't working.

For an RPG function in a service program, prototyped as:

D CENSORACCT PR 1A
D IEID 9S 0

what's the syntax for the CREATE FUNCTION statement?

If I give it:

create function censoracct(numeric(9,0)) returns char language rpgle
parameter style general no sql program type sub external name censoracct

I get:
Clause not correct for procedure or function.

with the cursor on "general."

What am I doing wrong?

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JHHL
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