Good morning, I really like the F3 that it takes you to where the field is defined, or takes you to the beginning of the subroutine. Is there a way to get it to work for cursor definitions?

For example, pressing F3 with cursor on 'CSRM' would take you to the definition ?

Exec sql
FETCH csrm
into :ads;

Thank you!

Josée

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