Any of the system generated audit columns will be brought into the RPG defined DS. These columns cannot be overridden at all, which is what the overriding clause is attempting to do.

My workaround to this is to create a view that omits the audit columns and insert / update to that view. I also have user identity columns so I have to use the override user value on insert.

Dcl-Ds TT_TABLE_VIEW_DS Extname( 'TT_TABLE_V0' ) Inz Qualified Alias;
End-Ds;
exec sql
insert into TT_TABLE_VIEW
overriding user value
values ( :TT_TABLE_VIEW_DS );

exec sql
update TT_TABLE_VIEW
set row = :TT_TABLE_VIEW_DS
where ID = :TT_TABLE_VIEW_DS.ID;

-Matt


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