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On Tue, 22 Nov 2022 at 10:55, Martijn van Breden
The funny thing is that the stored procedure is in the same library as the service program so from my RPG-experience I would say it should be able to find the subprocedure in the service program.
For LANGUAGE RPGLE, I don't think there is a stored procedure object.
Only the entry in SYSPROCS that the database manager uses to invoke
the program. Which, as I type this, makes me think of 'SQL Server
Mode'. Do you see SQL7908 in the job log? I have a recollection that
there is some strangeness with the library list in Server Mode, but
cannot recall specifics at the moment.
One last thought is that some systems have a package from a security
vendor that has different authority to different SQL-related exit
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