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FEX failed

FEX failed

FEX failed

(OP)
Hi,
 
 I am running the following FEX procedure.
 
 
 
 
 -* File WF042102.FEX
 -* CALL THE SQL PROCEDURE TO TRUNCATE THE TABLES
 
 -SET &TODAY=&YMD;
 -SET &AJB = GETUSER(A8);
 -TYPE USER &AJB
 -TYPE &DATE
 
 -SET &SESSIONID = &AJB || &TODAY || 'AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA';
 
 SQL SQLMSS
 
 EX GOA01_SQL.dbo.spgoa_dropusertables '&SESSIONID';
 
 END
 
 
 The purpose of this procedure is to drop the temporary table data in the SQL
 Server database. When I run the SQL Server stored procedure in Query Analyser
 the table data is dropped. It does not work in the Webfocus code. Please help me
 resolve this.
 
 Thanks
 Thambaiya

RE: FEX failed

if its mre environment
 you have to say
-MRNOEDIT BEGIN
SQL SQLMSS SET SERVER extndev1 (provide which server is it )

if its normal environment , i dont see much diff in code , evrything is right , may try a

table sqlout and do a print * and see whats the output.

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