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Working with commit and rollback statements

Stored procedures with commit and rollback statements don't seem to work if they are created from Operations Navigator or STRSQL. The only way I can get it to work is to use the "RUNSQLSTM" with the "COMMIT(*CHG)" option. How can I get it work from Operations Navigator or STRSQL?

RUNSQLSTM SRCFILE(TEST/QTXTSRC) SRCMBR(COMMITALL) COMMIT(*CHG) NAMING(*SQL) ERRLVL(10) DFTRDBCOL(TESTCOL) CLOSQLCSR(*ENDMOD) DBGVIEW(*LIST) OUTPUT(*PRINT)


You need to embed a SET OPTION COMMIT=*CHG clause into the stored procedure source.

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