hello Genyphyr,

   

   Tha= nks for your response. Below are answer to the question asked by you.
   </SPA= N>

   

   Wel= l we are using cursor. Also we are using sum function into the SQL.
   Th= e SQL is on ITH physical file and not on any logical file. We
   are&nbsp= ;also not using any ITH data model in the SQL. However once we
   fe= tch the records we do write to them in a physical file which is i   
ncluded in the data model.

   

   <SP= AN style="FONT-SIZE: 9pt; COLOR: #06082c; FONT-FAMILY:
   Verdana">Also to m= ention further on the problem when we rewrote the
   entire program again it d= id not work. However when we write new AS/SET
   code only for that subro= utine the SQL gives accurate results.

   

   The= reason i want to know the number of records that are fetched in = the
   cursor is to check whether the number of records selected in = cursor is
   incorrect or if there is problem in writing the records in the da= tabase
   file.  I am also attaching the copy of the AS/SET code routine = that is
   giving us the problem.  If possible please have a look at it a= nd provide
   us some insight on the problem.

   

   &nb= sp;Our BPCS version is 6.01.2,  AS/SET (ADK) version V6.1.00
   and&nbsp= ;OS/400 version is V5R2.

   Thanking you in advance.

   

   Reg= ards

   

   Gau= rav Kadam

   

   CGI= Information System (<SPAN style="FONT-SIZE: = 9pt; COLOR: #06082c;
   FONT-FAMILY: Verdana">Mumbai-  <st1:= country-region>India)

   On Wed Jun 22 2:19 , 'Genyphyr Novak' <Genyphyr.Novak@xxxxxxxxxxxxx&g= t;
   sent:

   

     Hello,

     For some reason large chunks of your message are missing for some reason
     so it is difficult to understand what exactly the problem is. You also
     don't indicate what version of ADK or BPCS you are using or what OS/400
     version you are using. That would be good to know. Also not sure if you
     coded a cursor or a simple SELECT statement etc.. If STRSQL and embedded
     SQL are giving different results, I suggest checking with IBM to obtain
     the latest SQL PTFs.

     AS/SET does not change the SQL you write in the program, so it is
     unlikely to be an AS/SET specific issue and more likely to be either
     your own way of coding of the SQL (such as cursor handling) or an issue
     in OS/400 itself.

     Thanks

     Genyphyr Novak
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     message: 2
     date: Mon, 20 Jun 2005 00:40:49 -0600
     from: <gaurav_kadam@xxxxxxxxxx>
     subject: [BPCS-L] AS/SET SQL code problem

     Hi all,

     I have been working on AS/SET writing programs in rpg using
     ADK. curentl one such program.

     We had written this program c tested and kept in
     development region (it w some reasons). Now we want to get this
     program i when we again tested the same program we foun correct
     results. The program has embedded SQL in i the program we found that
     one particluar SQL was not se number of records though all the
     parameter in where clause correct values. We have tried several
     things after that like w coded the where clause parameter, included
     the required data model a gain, we even re-wrote the SQL part but
     still it was not working. More ever to our suprise the same SQL was
     running fine when we tried it thr ough STRSQL. Also we did write
     another plain RPG (not ADK) program and another ADK program in both
     of these program's the result given by&nb sp;the SQL is correct. we
     are now confused about what the problems is the same SQL is running
     fine outside that program.

     We are now currently thinking however i feel this is not t
     like to have some ins this. It would furture. </P
     Thanking you in advance.

     Regards

     Gaurav Kadam

     CGI Information Systems

     Mumbai - India

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