Off the top of my head...

Fetch Item_Data for :Records_to_Read Rows

I didn't think you could do this. I think you have to have a set number of
rows...

Fetch Item_Data for 300 Rows


On Fri, Jun 26, 2015 at 4:13 PM, Jeff Young <jyoung0950@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

All,
I have been doing this for years, but now for some reason, my multi row
fetch is only returning 1 row even though I requested up to 300 rows.
running the exact same SQL using QMQRY, I get 4 rows returned.

My code is as follows:
<snip>
Exec SQL
Fetch Item_Data for :Records_to_Read Rows
Into :Item_Details;
If SqlState < *Zero;
Leave;
EndIf;

Exec SQL
Get Diagnostics
:Last_Row = DB2_Last_Row,
:Records_Read = Row_Count;
Where Item_Data is the cursor the I defined, Records_to_Read is 300 and
Item_Details is a MODS defined with Occurs(300).

My actual SQL is about 100 lines, and when I copy and paste it into a
separate source member (without the Declare Cursor) and use it the create a
QMQRY object, I get 4 rows returned, so I know my SQL is correct.

System is at V7R1M0
SF99710 CUMULATIVE PTF PACKAGE C4143710
SF99709 GROUP HIPER
SF99708 GROUP SECURITY
SF99707 TECHNOLOGY REFRESH
SF99701 DB2 FOR IBM I

Any idea why this is happening?

Jeff Young
Sr. Programmer Analyst
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