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A few questions.

A few questions.

(OP)
I'm not a database person but, I have the following written in pervasive

CODE

CREATE PROCEDURE PROCOUT (OUT :outval INTEGER)  
AS BEGIN
SELECT Student_ID INTO :outval FROM Enrolls WHERE Grade=1.0;
END

and I wanted to see what it does so, I did this

CODE

CREATE PROCEDURE pdate();
BEGIN
   DECLARE :a integer;
   CALL PROCOUT(:a);
   PRINT :a;
END

problem is the progress bar comes up and it never ends! Any idea why this might be?

Thanks,
Fred

RE: A few questions.

If you are running PSQL in a client/server situation, the PRINT will display the value on the server not the client.  
 

Mirtheil
Certified Pervasive Developer
Certified Pervasive Technician
http://www.mirtheil.com

RE: A few questions.

(OP)
cool, Thanks.  I'm pretty new to pervasive.  I appreciate your help!

-Fred

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