I don't agree Vern.
First I think it should work - but even if it doesn't IBM need to fix it.
Anything that generates "INTERNAL COMPILER ERROR. CONTACT SERVICE REP." means what it says. there is a compiler bug and it needs fixing.
On Apr 7, 2021, at 12:01 PM, Vern Hamberg <vhamberg@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
No need for a PMR, this would probably not be considered an error. Rather, this is a perfect candidate for submitting an RFE. All you need for that is to get an IBM ID - it is based on an email, I suggest not using your company email, as it is lost if you go to a different company. Use a GMAIL or HOTMAIL or other generally-available free public email address. Maybe reserve it for this use, the IBM ID doesn't even go look for authentication from it.
On 4/7/2021 7:57 AM, Alan Cassidy wrote:
A colleague where I work tried to use @list() like this:--
and (%list(Q.CLADTE: Q.CLATME) = %list(CLADTE: CLATME)); // Compiler cannot handle
And he got a compiler error:
INTERNAL COMPILER ERROR. CONTACT SERVICE REP.
He was trying to find somebody who could submit a PMR.
I thought that was a cool application of it. I've always wished we had a way to make comparisons with this syntax. Not only for the equal comparison, but how much simpler a *LE comparison would be for opening an SQL cursor with a SETLL type comparison, with four key columns!
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