Hi Chris,

That depends on what you want to do with the data.

In general, if you can avoid a cursor, you should. For example, if all you
want to do is log the result set produced by the PARSE_STATEMENT UDF, you
may be able to do something like:

select * from table( PARSE_STATEMENT() )


On Thu, Aug 23, 2018 at 10:16 AM Chris Holko <christopherholko@xxxxxxxxx>

I want to use qsys2.parse_statement within my SQLRPGLE program but I am
curious if the only option is to use it within a declare cursor/fetch

The routine is part of an ODBC exit hanging off of QIBM_QZDA_SQL2. It can
return more than one row per SQL statement passed.

This is the RPG programming on the IBM i (AS/400 and iSeries) (RPG400-L)
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