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Anyone know how the syntax for using a STORED PROCEEDURE within CF query?

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I have a DB2 stored procedure that I am trying to access to do an insert into a DB2 table.

Here is my query:

<CFQUERY datasource="xxxxx" username="xxxxx" password="xxxxx" name="AddRecord">
{CALL CBSTDTF0.CBSPSTAT (
'#Form.statustitle#',
'#Form.curdate#',
'#Form.curtime#'
'#Form.title#'
'#Form.name#'
'#Form.statustext#'
'#Form.textdate#') }
</cfquery>

I am getting the following error:

ODBC Error Code = 37000 (Syntax error or access violation)
[IBM][CLI Driver] CLI0118E Invalid SQL syntax. SQLSTATE=37000


Can anyone help with getting the syntax of this query correct?
Thanks
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Question by:g118481
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by:SewellM
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Not experienced with using DB2, but I am gonna give this a shot because it looks like something I have seen before.

Notice the commas after the first two items.  Notice that there aren't any after that.  Try this:

<CFQUERY datasource="xxxxx" username="xxxxx" password="xxxxx" name="AddRecord">
{CALL CBSTDTF0.CBSPSTAT (
'#Form.statustitle#',
'#Form.curdate#',
'#Form.curtime#',
'#Form.title#',
'#Form.name#',
'#Form.statustext#',
'#Form.textdate#') }
</cfquery>

Just my $.02
Michael
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by:Yog
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How about cfstoredproc

<CFSTOREDPROC PROCEDURE="addrecord"
  DATASOURCE="xxxx"
  USERNAME="xxxx"
  PASSWORD="xxxx">

  <CFPROCPARAM TYPE="IN"
    CFSQLTYPE="CF_SQL_VARCHAR"
    VALUE="#Form.statustitle#"
    NULL="NO">

 --

 --

</CFSTOREDPROC>

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by:Yog
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since its a access violation, maybe you have not run a GRANT statement and assigned access to the proc
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by:Yog
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any updates Q1, if you want the call you dont need the "{" and "}" when executing the proc
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by:g118481
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I tried both suggestions, and I am getting this error.

Anyone have an idea of what is wrong?

/*******************************************************/
ODBC Error Code = 22005 (Error in assignment)


[IBM][CLI Driver] CLI0112E Error in assignment. SQLSTATE=22005



The error occurred while processing an element with a general identifier of (CFSTOREDPROC), occupying document position (17:1) to (20:19).
/*******************************************************/
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by:Yog
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can you paste the cfstoredproc code so that we can have a look at it..
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by:Tsrom
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Did you create a DSN too conect cold fusion too the data source
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Or
<cfquery name="???" datasource="???">
EXEC CBSTDTF0.CBSPSTAT('#Form.statustitle#',
'#Form.curdate#',
'#Form.curtime#',
'#Form.title#',
'#Form.name#',
'#Form.statustext#',
'#Form.textdate#')
</cfquery>

I dont if this will work either but worth a shot.

KWK
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