BIRT (which uses JDBC and JT400) doesn't appear to like UDTFs. But it seems to like Stored Procedures that return a result set.

Most of the examples I've seen simply have a SELECT (without an INTO clause) in the stored procedure. But DB2/400 doesn't seem to like SELECTS without INTO clauses in stored procedures.

Then there is at least one example I've seen that uses a cursor as a parameter, but that doesn't look very promising for DB2/400, either.

Can somebody point me in the right direction here?

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JHHL


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