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Error symbol is undefined or unable to be referenced

Error symbol is undefined or unable to be referenced

Error symbol is undefined or unable to be referenced


I have this message SQL Centura Windows/32:
"Error symbol is undefined or unable to be referenced from current location :col LPI_NUM"

but not systematik

somebody have an idea of the signification of this enigma?



RE: Error symbol is undefined or unable to be referenced

At First: donĀ“t use spaces in variable- or object-names:
wrong: col LPI_NUM
correct: colLPI_NUM

then try to use the SqlVarSetup( SqlHandle ) function of SQLWindows before you execute the Sql-Statement in SQLWindows.

If you still have the same problem define a global variable for this column and set the column-value during the fetch-next-process:

Set sSQL = "Select name from info into :gv_sName"
If SqlPrepare( hSqlConnect, sSQL )
  If SqlVarSetup( hSqlConnect )
    If SqlExecute( hSqlConnect )
      While SqlFetchNext( hSqlConnect, nFetch )
        Set colName = gv_sName

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