Unfortunately, SQL is not something I know real well. I have an SQL
Program that is called from an Excel Spreadsheet to populate the
spreadsheet. I was asked to add a couple of columns to SS. (I did not
write either the spreadsheet VB code or the original SQL code). The SQL
Program is causing an issue now. This line seems to be the issue when I run
the SQL in debug:
SA020PX.SQLP_I1 = *(SQLP_IND+0);
SA020PX.SQLP_I1 has an initial value of 0
SQLP_IND has a value of *null.
Error message is "Pointer not set for location referenced."
SA020PX is the SQL program name.
I get that the values of *null and 0 are an issue. I have no idea however
of what these represent, or how to resolve this issue.
I see the line of code in the compile listing and in debug, but it is not
in original code.
This line of code occurs after the declaration section, but apparently
before much else happens, including accepting the passed parms.
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