Why would it need to when it can return a result set from a stored procedure ?

I personally have found no limits with jt400. Maybe I'm just too simple :-)

In any case I plan to test XMLSERVICE more and complete a .Net service wrapper before COMMON next year for my .Net sessions.

On 2012-08-09, at 6:58 PM, web400-request@xxxxxxxxxxxx wrote:

As Maurice says: "ADO.Net<http://ADO.Net> can do anything. Except the dishes" :-)

JT400 cleans up and does the dishes :-)

But it won't let me re-use my existing RPG subprocedure that returns a DS that is Dim(99).

So - it can only do _some_ of the dishes. And that isn't the only limitation.


Jon Paris

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