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cursor with dynamic SQL

cursor with dynamic SQL

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Although this problem is actually in DB2, cursors and dynamic SQL are quite similar between Oracle and DB2. I'm having some sort of bind problem - any help or suggestions appeciated.

CODE --> SQL

BEGIN;
DECLARE TS CHAR(128);
        TN CHAR(128);
        CN CHAR(128);
        sql_stmt CHAR(500);

DECLARE TCC_CURSOR CURSOR FOR
    SELECT TABLE_SCHEMA, TABLE_NM, COLUMN_NM
     FROM WRKCIM.TABLE_COLUMN_COUNTS;

OPEN TCC_CURSOR
WHENEVER NOT FOUND
    GO TO CLOSE-TCC_CURSOR

FETCH TCC_CURSOR INTO :TS, :TN, :CN;

SET sql_stmt = 'UPDATE WRKCIM.TABLE_COLUMN_COUNTS SET FREQ = '
SET sql_stmt = sql_stmt || '(select count(*) from '||TRIM(TS)||.TRIM(TN)|| ' );'

PREPARE S2 from sql_stmt;
EXECUTE S2;

CLOSE-TCC_CURSOR.
CLOSE TCC_CURSOR; 

END; 

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RE: cursor with dynamic SQL

I'm not too familiar with DB2 syntax, but what happens if you change
FETCH TCC_CURSOR INTO :TS, :TN, :CN;
to
FETCH TCC_CURSOR INTO TS, TN, CN;

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