Yes....our command line is:
DROP PROCEDURE LIB.PROCNAME;
CREATE PROCEDURE LIB.PROCNAME (commands)
We're running v6r1m0 so I would assume it would have these commands, correct?
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Subject: Re: Dropping SQL Procedures in iNav
Are you simply using "DROP PROCEDURE xxx"? Just wondering if it's an overloading feature or some such thing.
Does your version of the OS support "CREATE OR REPLACE"?
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From: Brian Piotrowski <bpiotrowski@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: Midrange Systems Technical Discussion <midrange-l@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: 09/10/2015 10:33 AM
Subject: Dropping SQL Procedures in iNav
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Good morning all,
We seem to have some quirky behavior with our DROP PROCEDURE function in
"Run SQL Scripts" within iNAV. What we're trying to do is delete a
procedure and then recreate it. The way we have tried to do it is to
right-click the procedure in iNav, select "Generate SQL", edit the
procedure and execute it to recreate it. When we use "DROP PROCEDURE xxx"
it does not drop the procedure and complains the procedure already exists.
When we use "DROP SPECIFIC PROCEDURE xxx" it will drop the procedure and
go through the motions of recreating it, but when you refresh the
procedure list it does not exist and you need to rerun the SQL script
(minus the DROP command) to get it recreated.
Are we entering the command wrong? Should we be entering something else
to drop the procedure before it is recreated?
We are putting this command just before the "CREATE PROCEDURE" command in
the SQL script, so logically we thought it should perform the DROP and
then execute the CREATE function.
Any thoughts would be appreciated.
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