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Find sql statement in dbrm that is bind failure

 
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PostPosted: Fri Jan 11, 2008 9:37 pm    Post subject: Find sql statement in dbrm that is bind failure
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Sometimes I do not have access to a pre-compile listing, which I could use to find the 'offending sql' in a bind error.

access to the dbrm and this rexx gives me the 'offending sql', which I can then find in the program - if necessary.


Code:

/* REXX */
/*       this rexx macro is member name:  DBRMLN
ADDRESS ISREDIT
'MACRO (LINENO)'
/*  TRACE ?R   */
HEX_LINE = D2X(LINENO,6)
FIND "X'"HEX_LINE"'"
EXIT


invocation example:
edit or view the appropriate dbrm and then:
DBRMLN 2768

2768 is the statement number from the 'failed bind' report.

the 'FIND' will point you to the sql in the dbrm. Though the sql in a dbrm is somewhat cryptic (will be moreso in vsn8 - unicode), you can figure out which sql in your program is the same.

hope this helps someone.
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