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host structure arrays - SQL insert

host structure arrays - SQL insert

host structure arrays - SQL insert

Would anyone have an RPGLE example of gettting records loaded into a host data structure, then used in a SQL insert statement?

RE: host structure arrays - SQL insert


d W_MyFile      e ds                  extname(MyFile)
d                                     prefix(W_)

  // Read MyFile into data structure W_MyFile
  Read MyRec MyFile;
  // Fld1, Fld2, etc belong to file MyFile
  Exec sql insert into MyNewFile (  Fld1, Fld2, ... )                                            
                    values( :W_Fld1, :W_Fld2, ... );

The semicolon is mandatory to insert a variable into an sql stm.


RE: host structure arrays - SQL insert

Is this structure an array? I do not want to do single row inserts.
I'm also not sure how to deal with loading the array.

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