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Subj:   Stored Procedure Compile anomaly
 
From:   Andrew Schroter

I was having a problem with getting a stored procedure to compile and was getting these errors:

     SPL1033:E(L196), Unexpected text 'ELSE'._

     SPL1033:E(L197), Unexpected text 'SET'._

     BEGIN
          IF TRIM(SNGL_STEP_OVRIDE) NOT IN ('ONLY', 'REMAINING')

The line number of the compilation error has nothing to do with the above SQL, buuuut:

When I add a comment statement between a BEGIN (BLOCK) statement and an IF statement The Stored Procedure Compiles:

e.g.

     BEGIN
          /* IF NO 1 */
          IF TRIM(SNGL_STEP_OVRIDE) NOT IN ('ONLY', 'REMAINING').

Anybody have an explanation for this? The compiled stored procedure is out on the Teradata database.

This is a V2R5.1 site.


Thanks

Andy Schroter



     
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