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I suspect your problem is that you have two unqualified DS from the same

The RPG compiler wouldn't like that, let alone the SQL Pre-Compiler...

I would add QUALIFIED to both.


On Fri, Jan 20, 2023 at 12:57 PM Alan Cassidy <cfuture@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

I have to correct something I said before. I took the *AUTO out of the
DIM(*AUTO:9999) keyword in the declaration and it still barfed the same
message. So it has nothing to do with *AUTO.

Also, I have /exactly and precisely/ (redundant for emphasis) the same
syntax in another regular *PGM program and it has been running smoothly
for a long time.

What I don't get is how an SQL pre-compiler can get error out on a
variable definition conflict when there is only one. (for the SQL
statement variable used to "Prepare" the cursor.

definition conflict two different definitions for something out of one

- Alan

On 1/20/2023 10:39 AM, Alan Cassidy wrote:
Thanks, Charles!

I don't know whether it's relevant at this stage, but this all happens
in the context of a service program procedure.

*SQL0314 Sev=35 Record=2297 Text = Position 40 Host variable QQSTMT
not unique.*

*SQL5011 sev=30 Record=2301Text = Position 67 Host structure array MX
not defined or not usable for reason code 1. *

In the calcs I build a dynamic SQL statement in variable QQSTMT to use
in the normal SQL cursor.

==>As I wrote this I realized that it might be caused by the other
error SQL0314.

BIG problem with SQL0314 is that I only find once that QQSTMT is
defined. I suspect that issue is elsewhere but it gives me no clue.



*DCL-DS MX EXTNAME(CS58V004)DIM(9999) ;*




*2297 exec SQL Prepare STMT1 from :QQSTMT *


*exec SQL Declare M1 cursor for STMT1 ;;*


*exec SQL Open M1;*


*2301 exec SQL Fetch Next From M1 for :RowsToFetch rows into :MX ;*


P. S.I wrestled with the SQL5011 error before. Reading the text for
it, looks like 12 different possible causes for it. The last time it
happened for me I posted a please-help, but other changes in the code
resolved the issue, and I couldn't figure out which change did it.


On 1/19/2023 6:08 PM, Charles Wilt wrote:
Need to see where it's being used


On Thu, Jan 19, 2023 at 3:03 PM Alan Cassidy<cfuture@xxxxxxxxxxx>

In coding a service procedure as a sort-of I/O server.

I have defined a data structure to receive rows from an SQL View:



This exact syntax works perfectly elsewhere without the *AUTO.

I'm getting error SQL5011 Host structure array MX not defined or not
usable for reason code 1.

Reason code 1: Host structure array not defined or is not a valid
structure. A valid structure must have at least one valid member....

Can somebody help or point me somewhere. I saw something similar before
so I suspect it's not the *AUTO throwing things off.

-Alan Cassidy

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