If you only want to test your stored procedure, i.e. check whether the
output parameter returns the any (expected) value, you do not need a dynamic
compound statement.
Just use parameter markers (?) as place holders in your call statement.

call swiretest/fsp975dn ('82 ',1140627,'4200', ?);

The return value is shown as message

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Von: MIDRANGE-L [mailto:midrange-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx] Im Auftrag von Gary
Gesendet: Tuesday, 02.9 2014 18:57
An: Midrange Systems Technical Discussion
Betreff: testing an SQL procedure

Still trying to test my SQL procedure I created last week.
From Four Hundred Guru article
Dynamic Compound Statements in DB2 for i by Michael Sansoterra:
I'm trying to run the following from Run Sql Scripts:
call swiretest/fsp975dn ('82 ',1140627,'4200',doc_num); END ; ; This
results in:
SQL State: 42601
Vendor Code: -104
Message: [SQL0104] Token DOC_NUM was not valid.
This was run against our test partition which is V7R1M0, with "recent" PTF's
I'm doing everything I can to avoid embedded SQL, wanting to learn the
easier/faster way to create and test SQL procedures.
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