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Subj:   Re: Transactions, requests, statements, macros
 
From:   Geoffrey Rommel

  But you still don't believe me that a macro is treated the same as a multistatement ;-)  


  When the PE parses a multistatement it's resolved to an initial parse tree and then passed to the optimizer. When the PE parses a macro it's resolved to an initial parse tree and then passed to the optimizer.  


  It's just like using a view vs. submitting the view's source code.  



Yes! This makes sense to me. And sure enough, I found a passage in the manual confirming this:

The following are examples of kinds of multistatement requests:

- Explicit BT/ET transactions

- Macros


--SQL Reference (V2R4.1), Vol. 1, p. 1-19 (PDF p. 33)



     
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