As far as your second paragraph, does the
clause in your select statement ring a bell?

Rob Berendt
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UDT & SQL query

Hi All,

I am trying to use a UDT on a file to return more meaningful fields.  I
wanted to know if there are any restrictions to the number of
parameters/fields that can be returned.  I have some 100 odd fields and
will increase after I am done with expanding them. I find my program
already complaining at the number of returns. I don't want to write
separate UDT for different set of data from the same file. Is there a
solution for this?  A work around maybe?


This was proably already discussed earleir, but when I sql a file, I get
all the rows returned and that could be anywhere upto millions.  I know
I can monitor my fetch but is there any way I could reduce the traffic
by indicating how many number of records I want the sql to return as


Thanks in advance,



Sudha Ramanujan

SunGard Futures Systems

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