If the stored procedures are external ones, so rather than being pure SQL they use RPG then there was a change made a few releases ago which meant that if the service program or program to which they refer is deleted then they are too. Our change control always deletes objects before recreating them which is always a PITA with objects that are stored procedures.


From: MIDRANGE-L <midrange-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> on behalf of Timothy Feldmeier <Timothy.Feldmeier@xxxxxxxx>
Sent: 15 December 2021 18:50
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Subject: Does anyone know why a Stored Procedure would ever be removed by the system itself?

For whatever reason we have some Stored Procedures missing from the system without anyone removing them. Does anyone have any idea how this could happen.

Thank You

Tim Feldmeier
Programmer Analyst For Coyote System
Roadrunner Freight (LTL)
Office: 331.233.7921 Cell: 630.730.9793
1431 Opus Place, Suite 530
Downers Grove, IL 60515


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