Hmmm...can't seem to get the Set Results Set correct...getting an
SQL0084 - SQL statement not allowed. Maybe in the wrong place?

On Tue, Apr 17, 2012 at 4:23 PM, Michael Ryan <michaelrtr@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Like this Scott?

   D myReturnData...
   D                 DS
   D                                                Dim(100)
   D     WOTran                    16  0
   D     WOINVTH                    2  0
   D     WOMA                         1

On Tue, Apr 17, 2012 at 4:14 PM, Scott Klement
<rpg400-l@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Michael,

The DIM has to be on the DS definition (not on a subfield definition).
IIRC, this support requires V5R3 (it was available in RPG in V5R2, but I
don't think it worked in SQL until V5R3)

DIM on a subfield won't work in any release.


On 4/17/2012 1:35 PM, Michael Ryan wrote:
Do I need to use a MODS to return a result set from an RPG program
(V5R4) or can I use arrays within a DS? IOW, if I use this:

Exec SQL SET RESULT SETS ARRAY :MyReturnData FOR :MyCount ROWS;

Can MyReturnData be this:

      D myReturnData...
      D                 DS
      D   WOArray                           Dim(100)
      D     WOTran                    16  0 Overlay(WOArray)
      D     WOINVTH                    2  0 Overlay(WOArray:*Next)
      D     WOMA                         1     Overlay(WOArray:*Next)

Or does it have to be this:

       DMyReturnData...
       D                DS                  Occurs(100)
      D     WOTran                    16  0
      D     WOINVTH                    2  0
      D     WOMA                         1
      D     WOINVT                     2

Thanks!

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