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mijanurit
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PostPosted: Sat Dec 31, 2005 12:40 pm    Post subject: some doubt in SELECT * in embedded SQL, DATE,TIME,TIMESTAMP
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hi all,

i have some doubt regarding some question in DB2.
plz explain these question in detail.
questions are

1. why SELECT* is not preferred in embedded SQL?

2. what are the issues related with correlated subqueries?

3. give the COBOL Definition of a VARCHAR field?

4. THE PHYSICAL STORAGE LENGTH OF DATE,TIME,TIMESTAMP ARE 4BYTES,
3BYTES,10BYTES RESPECTIVELY.
But their cobol picture clause are DATE-->pic x(10), time-->pic x(8)
timestamp-->pic x(26).

here x(10) means 10 characters i.e 10 bytes.
x(8) means 8 characters i.e 8 bytes.
x(26) means 26 characters i.e 26 bytes.
then what is the compatibility between physical storage length of these three datatypes
and picture clause declared in cobol?


thanks in advance

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PostPosted: Fri Jan 27, 2006 11:12 am    Post subject:
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hi mijanurit,

select * is not used in embedded sql because other can also view, select, update the same table. so it will lead to some error values thats why it not used . where as there is high risk of loosing our data

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PostPosted: Fri Jan 27, 2006 12:40 pm    Post subject:
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Hi

1. why SELECT* is not preferred in embedded SQL?
If multiple rows are retrieved how will you store the values.This is not advisble

2. what are the issues related with correlated subqueries?
Efficiency, as it needs to back and forth to get the result

3. Give the COBOL Definition of a VARCHAR field?
Varchar(N) - 01 NAME.
49 NAME-LEN PIC S9(4) USAGE COMP.
49 NAME-TEXT PIC X(N).

4. THE PHYSICAL STORAGE LENGTH OF DATE,TIME,TIMESTAMP ARE 4BYTES, 3BYTES,10BYTES RESPECTIVELY.

No idea what you are exactly asking for.

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