My 7.1 SQL Ref doesn't show a "PROGRAM NAME" clause for the CREATE TRIGGER...
But the online version here does...
Looks like this was/is added with a technical refresh...
Perhaps you don't have it?
On Tue, Oct 30, 2012 at 2:01 PM, Rich Herdman <rherdman@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
While creating triggers in V7R1 using SQL, I am trying to use the "PROGRAM
NAME" parm listed in the V7R1 SQL Ref book to specify the short name of the
object and I cannot get it to work.
In my simplistic exmaple below:
create trigger trigger_test_1
after insert on trigtestf
for each row mode db2sql
update trigtestf set b = a+1, ts = current_timestamp
where b < 10
It creates a *PGM object named TRIGG00001.
However the CREATE TRIGGER documentation in the SQL Reference guide says
"*PROGRAM NAME **external-program-name*
Specifies the unqualified name of the program to be created for the
name must be the unqualified form of an
*external-program-name*. The qualifier
for the program name will be the same as the implicit or explicit qualifier
If I am reading that correctly, adding the statement "PROGRAM NAME
TRIGTESTT" should make it create a *PGM object named TRIGTESTT instead of
the system-generated name TRIGG00001. It is not recognizing PROGRAM NAME
as a valid option.
Has anyone gotten this to work, or am I confused? Thanks!
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