> Can anyone recommend a book or have some samples of using SQL calls within
> RPG program?

if you can find an older redbook cd (because ibm removed this redbook from
the web
(without replacing it with a new version(that i can find))
Structured Query Language/400: A Guide for Implementation OS/400
Version 2 Release 1.1 - GG24-3321-02

I know it sounds ancient, but years ago it is how I learned how to combine
rpg & sql,
and I have yet to see anyone explain it better. Includes a working sample
program in
rpg, cobol, pl/1, c/400, and fortran - take your pick.

jim franz

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Subject: Using SQL within RPG

> Can anyone recommend a book or have some samples of using SQL calls within
> RPG program?
> thanks...
> Eric A. Wolf
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