I an trying to use a LIKE in my SQL to allow searching for the result.
From Run SQL Scripts this works exactly as expected
select * from mfsdta/mfsdebpf
where debcoy = 1 and debac like 'A%' and debact = 'A'
fetch first 10 rows only;
But from PHP running on the IBMi using the toolkitservice I have
$conn = getToolkitServiceForCurrentUser();
$sql = "select * from "
. MFS_LIBRARY . ".MFSDEBPF "
. " where DEBCOY = ? and DEBAC like ? and debact =
. " order by DEBAC "
. " fetch first 10 rows only";
$values = array();
$values = $company;
$values = $search . "%";
$values = $status;
$stmt = prepareAndExecute($conn, $sql, $values);
The $values array have these values
Array (  => 1  => A%  => A )
No errors are received but no records either.
If I change the where to use and DEBAC >= ? then I get records returned
so it has to be the way I am formatting the variable with the % sign.
As a separate question I can't find any log file that may hold the answer
- any suggestions ????
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