• Subject: RE: RPG SQL precompiler
  • From: "David Morris" <dmorris@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 27 Jul 1999 13:29:45 -0600

Buck,

I have found one workaround for the named indicators is to use the 
overlay keyword to rename the array to field names.  Pretty ugly 
but it works and saves the move.

David Morris

You wrote:
...
2. It won't let me use a set of named fields instead of an 
    array for the null indicator map:
     D* Null map for retrieved variables - fails because it is not an array
     DRtnNullInd       ds                  occurs(10)
     D TblLibNullI                    5i 0
     D TblNameNullI                   5i 0
     D TblTypeNullI                   5i 0
     D TblTextNullI                   5i 0
     D ColNameNullI                   5i 0
     D ColTypeNullI                   5i 0
     D ColLenNullI                    5i 0
     D ColScaleNullI                  5i 0
     D ColTextNullI                   5i 0

so that I can refer to ColTextNull instead of NullMap(9).

Buck Calabro
Billing Concepts Albany, NY
mailto:mcalabro@commsoft.net 


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