Rob,

Thanks for that information. As a COBOL programmer, if you had posted that
in the RPG list I would never have seen it. I believe it is an SQL
question, dealing with programming and not a language specific question.

Jim

On 10/10/07, rob@xxxxxxxxx <rob@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Trevor,

I could say that this is a RPG question, but here goes anyway.

Others have given you an option to specify when you compile. That's ok.
However SQL also has something that is much like RPG's H spec. It is
called the SET OPTION statement. I often include this in every SQLRPGLE
program like this:
C/EXEC SQL
C+ Set Option
C+ Naming = *Sys,
C+ Commit = *None,
C+ UsrPrf = *User,
C+ DynUsrPrf = *User,
C+ Datfmt = *iso,
C+ CloSqlCsr = *EndMod
C/END-EXEC
Doing it this way helps prevent you from forgetting it when you compile.

Then again, perhaps SET OPTION is not just RPG so it might qualify for
this list also...

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Pete,

That is the answer I needed. Our default is *CHG, so that was causing the
problem.

Thanks!
Trevor


On 10/10/07 10:52 AM, "Pete Helgren" <Pete@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

The only time I have run across this is when I use SQL within RPG. I
usually compile with with commitment control *NONE and it takes care of
the problem.

I can't say I have exactly encountered your situation before though. I'd
have to try it.

Pete Helgren

Trevor Perry wrote:
I created a set of SQL tables withOUT a collection - and therefore,
without
journals. I cannot write records from RPG, since the SQL tables are not
journalled.

I have since created the Collection, and solved the problem. However,
is
there a way to turn off the requirement that an SQL table be journalled
so I
can write to it?

Thanks,
Trevor





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