Does anyone know how to make an RPG (or indeed Cobol or C - I'm not proud)
stored procedure return more than one result set?

I am familiar with returning *one* result set using a multiple occurrence
data structure (SET RESULT SETS ARRAY ...).

The (limited) documentation appears to suggest that returning two result
sets using MODS is not supported, but that you should be able to return
multiple result sets using SQL cursors, or one MODS result set plus one or
more SQL cursor result sets.

I have totally failed to return even *one* result set using an SQL cursor
(and I would prefer to use the MODS method for all my result sets anyway if
at all possible - it suits my application much better).

Any help very gratefully accepted! I am currently reduced to returning one
result set that combines everything and wastes bandwidth ...

Thanks
Mandy

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