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Subj:   Re: Using results returned from a Stored Procedure
 
From:   David Clough

Fred Pluebell wrote ....

  After you call the SP, use ALLOCATE statement to open a cursor for the result set. You can't use FOR to iterate through the result set, you need to explicitly FETCH. If your SP returns multiple result sets, you can ALLOCATE a cursor for the second after you CLOSE the first.  


Blow me down, it only works !

Thanks Fred.

If anyone wants the example, look at page 35 in the Stored Procedures Manual (V13). The example works a treat.

If only I could then do

     SELECT * FROM TABLE (CALL alloc007()) ........ then we'd have it all !!

Regards

David Clough
Senior BI Database Designer



     
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