Before I forget, we are on V5r4
In STRSQL I can execute the following SQL statement select
hex('QUESTION') FROM SYSIBM/SYSDUMMY1 And get the response of
I need to do the same thing on a field in an SQLRPG program Here is
the code snippet
exec sql SET OPTION COMMIT=*NONE, DATFMT=*ISO, CLOSQLCSR=*ENDMOD; exec
sql DISCONNECT ALL; exec sql CONNECT RESET; Exec Sql
Select Hex(binaryHMAC) into :SQLHexEquivalent
And when I compile the program, this is the error
SQL0206 30 250 Position 38 Column BINARYHMAC not in specified tables.
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