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stored proc runs fine but gives a warning

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This is related to the dynamic stored proc question i asked here;
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Database/DB2/Q_22472527.html?cid=239#a18793550

It works fine, i get results back but i also get this warning. The stored proc returns 1 or more rows. Should I be worried about it?

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Return Code = 0


SQL State: 0100C
Vendor Code: 466
Message: [SQL0466] 1 result sets are available from procedure WSP_GETRESULTS in VQUEDTA020. Cause . . . . . :   Procedure WSP_GETRESULTS in <dbname> was called and has returned one or more result sets. Recovery  . . . :   None.

SQL State: 01S02
Vendor Code: -99999
Message: Option value changed.

Statement ran successfully, with warnings   (343 ms)

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Hello Farzadw,


There is absolutely nothing to worry about here.  :)

DB2 is simply returning a comment that a query in the stored procedure returned data.  If you want to access the data in that query, you can use WSP_GETRESULTS instead of reissuing a query against the user tables.



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well, good. Thanks.
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