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Display Time stamp, if any SQL Abends

 
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Anand78

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PostPosted: Thu Aug 23, 2007 3:19 pm    Post subject: Display Time stamp, if any SQL Abends
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HI ,

Can anybody tell me how to resolve below issue.

If any select sql abends , I want to display timestamp in spool.

Pls tell me how to do that.

Thanks
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PostPosted: Thu Aug 23, 2007 4:31 pm    Post subject:
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Anand78,

do you mean that you want to display an informational message containing a timestamp in the 'spool' if you receive a negative value SQLCODE from a SELECT?

SQL's don't ABEND.

Is this batch or CICS/IMS?
only in batch do you drive a message to the sysout.

well, first you need to obtain a timestamp

Code:

SET :WS-TIMESTAMP TO CURRENT_TIMESTAMP
DISPLAY 'SQL ERROR: ' SQLCODE ' AT '  WS-TIMESTAMP ' FOR ROUTINE ?'


Fill in your own message for '?'.

by the way, if your negative SQLCODE concerns a connect issue, you won't beable to access a timestamp.

why must you include a time? you can tell from the JES output when your job ran - if it is batch. What is more important is what you were doing (what sql were you executing), what the host-variables contained and of course the SQLCODE. You should display the complete SQLCA.

But what gain will that give you?
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PostPosted: Thu Aug 23, 2007 6:52 pm    Post subject:
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He could do a ACCEPT "WS-TIME FROM systemTime" or whatever it is if the DB2 subsystem isn't available.
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