Fetching and updating cursors updating to service pack 2

Posted by / 02-Dec-2016 10:44

The 200-FETCH Paragraph is performed over and over again, till you’ve read the last row, until SQLCODE= 100.

I have DISPLAYed the recently fetched EMPLOYEE-INPUT-RECORD.In the same fashion, when you access data from the TABLE in the COBOL Program.Suppose there’s an EMPLOYEE DB2 Table, that you want to access in the COBOL Program.Specifying the table-name, SQL Fields and the corresponding COBOL Variables at the top of the COBOL Program is called tool can be found inside the DB2I(DB2 Interactive) Menu 2. I have also keyed in the output file(should be a member of a pds/library), in which the auto-generated DB2 Declarations are stored by the DCLGEN Tool.After hitting ENTER, you should get a message, EXECUTION COMPLETE.

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A marker(pointer) is set to point to the beginning/1st row in Cursor area. Third, you FETCH data from the Cursor area into the COBOL Program row-by-row, until you reach the End of the Cursor. Whenever you perform any SQL Operation, like an OPEN cursor, FETCH data from the cursor, or a CLOSE cursor, the First, you need to declare the Cursor Query. I have typed the MAIN Paragraph in the PROCEDURE DIVISION like this - Line 37 performs the Open paragraph, to open the cursor.

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