How do you define those in RPG? When I try to use a large char(), the SQL
precompiler gives me:
SQL0312: Position 22 Variable RDBUF not defined or not usable. Reason: No
declaration for the variable exists, the declaration is not within the
current scope, or the variable does not have an equivalent SQL data type.

Thanks

date: Wed, 15 Sep 2021 05:17:45 +0200
from: "Birgitta Hauser" <Hauser@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
subject: RE: Good way to identify malformed XML?

You can move big amounts of data (up to 2 GB) it into SQL Global Variables.
When trying to move the data into a SQL Global Variable with Data Type XML,
you can directly use the XMLPARSE.
Alternatively you can try to insert the XML document into a (temporary)
table with an XML column. When inserting it is not even necessary to
execute
the XMLPARSE. The insert will fail for an non-wellformed XML document.

Mit freundlichen Gr??en / Best regards

Birgitta Hauser


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