How can I use stored SQL procedures in the same manner as SQL Server 7.0? The iSeries seems to require the INTO key work. With Server 7, I can select all. It also seems to require some kind of a wrapper to pass variables, i.e. C.
DB2 UDB for iSeries SQL Stored Procedures are based on the industry standard, so you will not find support for the proprietary SQL Server extensions that you mention. If you want to move columns value into location variables, then the SELECT INTO statement needs to be used. If you're looking for the stored procedure to return the results of a SELECT statement as a result set, result sets are supported. You can find several result set examples in the "Stored Procedures & Triggers on DB2 UDB for iSeries".
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