Because while you are using it for the task you have set yourself it is irrelevant to the question at hand.

httpgetclob was completely unrelated to the issues you had - it is just a way of getting the data. For example suppose that you had used HTTPAPI to connect to the web service - the json would have been in a variable. Suppose that it had previously arrived in a cvs and been copied via CPYFMIMPF to a table and then retrieved by CHAIN. You wouldn't be expecting comments on HTTPAPI or on CHAIN would you?

On Nov 18, 2019, at 2:29 PM, Booth Martin <booth@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

First, thank you. I appreciate this. A lot. Today Booth will be learning about "coalesce."

Nagging question: I am not seeing httpgetclob being mentioned. Why not? Is no one using it regularly?

On 11/18/2019 11:44 AM, Tim Fathers wrote:
I've knocked up an extremely simple embedded SQL example here that might be helpful

You can deal with your issue below by coalescing away the nulls, as in my example above, or by adding null indicator fields to the fetch. If you want an example of this I can change or add this.

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