Hmm.

In Scott Klement's JDBCR4, I see an awful lot of calls to jni_checkError(), mostly when connecting to the server. But I don't see any in JDBCExecQry. Instead, the createStatement() and executeQuery() are in an RPG monitor block.

When I added a jni_checkError() call to the on-error portion of the monitor block, then deliberately fed in a bad query, I found that jni_checkError() was apparently NOT getting a TRUE from ExceptionOccurred().

It's fascinating, but can anybody explain it?

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JHHL

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