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    Hello,

    I have a 4 subprocedures. I'm trying to SQL insert values unto a file (in createWorkDetailRecord) using values acquired from the other procs. I defined my DS globally (DS_SVWRD), and then locally in the 1st proc (lDS_SVWRD).. Here's my code:


    DCL-DS DS_SVWRD ExtName('SVWRD') Prefix( @ ) Inz;
    Dcl-Proc createSchedule;

    Dcl-PI *N;
    End-PI;

    Dcl-S lNumberHoursWithAvailableUnits Zoned( 2:0 );
    Dcl-S lAssignedUnits Zoned( 5:0 );
    Dcl-S lOverbookUnits Zoned( 5:0 );
    Dcl-DS lDS_SVWRD LikeDS( DS_SVWRD );
    :
    : // Do stuff
    :
    populateAvailableUnitsArray( lNumberHoursWithAvailableUnits:
    lDS_SVWRD );
    updateScheduleFile( lOverbookUnits: lDS_SVWRD );

    // Create work detail record - SYWSD
    createWorkDetailRecord( lAssignedUnits: lOverbookUnits: lDS_SVWRD);

    Return;

    End-proc createSchedule;


    Dcl-Proc populateAvailableUnitsArray;

    Dcl-PI *N;
    pNumberHoursWithAvailableUnits Zoned( 2:0 );
    pDS_SVWRD LikeDS( DS_SVWRD );
    End-PI;

    :
    :
    Exec Sql Declare SYWSDCursor1 Cursor for
    Select WSDHH,
    WSDSUS - (WSDAUS + WSDAUT)
    from SYWSD
    where WSDCOD = : @WRDPSC
    and WSDYY = : gApptYear
    and WSDMM = : gApptMonth
    and WSDDD = : gApptDay
    and WSDHH >= 8
    and WSDHH <= 17
    order by WSDHH;
    :
    :
    Return;

    END-PROC populateAvailableUnitsArray;

    Dcl-Proc updateScheduleFile;

    Dcl-PI *N;
    pOverbookUnits Zoned( 5:0 );
    pDS_SVWRD LikeDS( DS_SVWRD );
    End-PI;
    :
    :
    Exec sql
    Update sywsd
    Set WSDAUS = WSDAUS + :lUnits
    Where WSDCOD = :@WRDPSC
    and WSDYY = :gApptYear
    and WSDMM = :gApptMonth
    and WSDDD = :gApptDay
    and WSDHH = :lHour;
    :
    Return;

    End-Proc updateScheduleFile;


    DCL-PROC createWorkDetailRecord;

    Dcl-Pi *N;
    pAssignedUnits Zoned( 5:0 );
    pOverbookUnits Zoned( 5:0 );
    pDS_SVWRD LikeDS( DS_SVWRD );
    End-Pi;
    :
    :
    Exec sql
    INSERT INTO SVWRD ( WRDSO#, WRDDAT, WRDTIM, WRDSEQ, WRDEMP,
    WRDPSC, WRDWUN, WRDNOT, WRDACD, WRDADT,
    WRDATA, WRDATB, WRDACR, WRDANG, WRDSCD,
    WRDSDT, WRDSTM, WRDRNC, WRDBPI, WRDBEI,
    WRDBP2, WRDBE2, WRDBNM, WRDRMK, WRDOUI,
    WRDOWR, WRDOWA, WRDH00, WRDH01, WRDH02,
    WRDH03, WRDH04, WRDH05, WRDH06, WRDH07,
    WRDH08, WRDH09, WRDH10, WRDH11, WRDH12,
    WRDH13, WRDH14, WRDH15, WRDH16, WRDH17,
    WRDH18, WRDH19, WRDH20, WRDH21, WRDH22,
    WRDH23, WRDRUA, WRDOVB )
    values( :@WRDSO#, :@WRDDAT, :@WRDTIM, :@WRDSEQ, :@WRDEMP,
    :@WRDPSC, :@WRDWUN, :@WRDNOT, :@WRDACD, :@WRDADT,
    :@WRDATA, :@WRDATB, :@WRDACR, :@WRDANG, :@WRDSCD,
    :@WRDSDT, :@WRDSTM, :@WRDRNC, :@WRDBPI, :@WRDBEI,
    :@WRDBP2, :@WRDBE2, :@WRDBNM, :@WRDRMK, :@WRDOUI,
    :@WRDOWR, :@WRDOWA, :@WRDH00, :@WRDH01, :@WRDH02,
    :@WRDH03, :@WRDH04, :@WRDH05, :@WRDH06, :@WRDH07,
    :@WRDH08, :@WRDH09, :@WRDH10, :@WRDH11, :@WRDH12,
    :@WRDH13, :@WRDH14, :@WRDH15, :@WRDH16, :@WRDH17,
    :@WRDH18, :@WRDH19, :@WRDH20, :@WRDH21, :@WRDH22,
    :@WRDH23, :@WRDRUA, :@WRDOVB );

    // Log any SQL Errors
    validSql(a@CommArea:SQLSTATE);

    Return;

    End-Proc createWorkDetailRecord;


    Problem is, I'm encountering SQL0312 for the fields @WRDxxx:
    SQL0312 30 1937 Position 33 Variable @WRDPSC not defined or not usable.
    SQL0312 30 2006 Position 32 Variable @WRDSO# not defined or not usable.
    SQL0312 30 2006 Position 42 Variable @WRDDAT not defined or not usable.
    SQL0312 30 2006 Position 52 Variable @WRDTIM not defined or not usable.
    SQL0312 30 2006 Position 62 Variable @WRDSEQ not defined or not usable.

    What's wrong with my code?

    Thank you in advance!

  • #2
    Are all the fields erroring, or just the five you showed?

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    • #3
      Vectorspace it's for all the fields in the 'values' part of the Insert SQL..

      I found the cause. My DCL-DS didn't have END-DS ..

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