is the file MTDMASSP in your job's Library list?




Mark


Mark Walter
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Hanover Wire Cloth a div of CCX, Inc.
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Hi all.  I am having a problem running a simple SQL using the RUNSQLSTM
command.  Here is what I did.

1.  Crearted a source file called QSQLSRC in my library

2.  Created a source member in QSQLSRC called FIXFORNAM

            UPDATE MDTMASSP SET FORNAM = '4' WHERE FORNAM = '9'

3.  I then created a CL called FIXFORNAM

*************** Beginning of data *************************************
             PGM
/*  This is a one time fix that will be run to correct the formatting *
/*  of the name when printing.                                        *
             RUNSQLSTM  SRCFILE(CONSLTRR/QSQLSRC) SRCMBR(FIXFORNAM) +
                          COMMIT(*NONE) NAMING(*SYS)  +
                          SAAFLAG(*FLAG)
             ENDPGM
****************** End of data ****************************************

When I compile and run the above CL I get the following messages in my job
log;

      call fixfornam
RUNSQLSTM command failed.
SQL9010 received by FIXFORNAM at 400. (C D I R)
C
Function check. SQL9010 unmonitored by FIXFORNAM at statement 400,
  instruction X'000C'.

     Does anyone know what this means?  The message text is useless to me.

Thanks.

Rich





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