Sadly, I guess the Test Procedure which is called "run..." is part of IBM Data Studio, not part of RDi 9.1
<Big Frown> Inside of Data Studio 4.1, when I right click a stored procedure, I get the option to "Run...", which I can test the stored procedure. Not built in with RDi 9.1 Database Development...

Oh well, different package...

-Ken Killian-

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I am on RDi 9.1, and using the perspective: Database Development...

I thought in Development view, we had an option to debug a stored procedure. I thought it was to right-click the procedure and select TEST/DEBUG or something like that...

Am I missing something?

I also thought I could examine properties of the stored procedure to see parameters, program, etc...

When I double-click, it opens up the source view. But I prefer to use the properties view. Especially when sharing with others...

One of the best things about the Database Development to me was the ability to test stored procedures!!!

-Ken Killian-
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