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Hello Experts,

i am trying to call DB2 stored procedure from a query tool - sqldbx...

1 input parameter and all others are output parameters..

i am getting some error:

here is my code:


DECLARE @AD_USR_ID VARCHAR(64)
DECLARE @LAST_NAME VARCHAR(64)
DECLARE @FIRST_NAME VARCHAR(64)
DECLARE @MI CHAR(1)
DECLARE @EMP_UNIQ_ID DECIMAL(10,2)
DECLARE @JOBCODE CHAR(6)
DECLARE      @LOCATION CHAR(4)
DECLARE      @PYRAMID CHAR(2)
DECLARE      @SUPERVISOR DECIMAL(10,2)
DECLARE      @WORK_PHONE_NUM VARCHAR(15)
DECLARE      @CELL_PHONE_NUM VARCHAR(15)
DECLARE      @HOME_PHONE_NUM VARCHAR(15)
DECLARE      @EMAIL_ADDRESS VARCHAR(64)
DECLARE      @RETCODE INTEGER
DECLARE      @RETMSG CHAR(32)

SET @AD_USR_ID = 'ISPA4'

EXEC('CALL MRSSI.DP001SP(?, ?, ?, ?, ?, ?, ?, ?, ?, ?, ?, ?, ?, ?, ?)',
@AD_USR_ID, @LAST_NAME output, @FIRST_NAME output, @MI output, @EMP_UNIQ_ID output,
@JOBCODE output, @LOCATION output, @PYRAMID output, @SUPERVISOR output,
@WORK_PHONE_NUM output, @CELL_PHONE_NUM output,
@HOME_PHONE_NUM output, @EMAIL_ADDRESS output, @RETCODE output, @RETMSG output)
at TEST

SELECT Lastname = @LAST_NAME, FirstName = @FIRST_NAME


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 SQL0104N  An unexpected token "VARCHAR" was found following "VARCHAR".  Expected tokens may include:  "TABLE STATEMENT , . SCROLL INSENSITIVE SENSITIVE ASENSITIVE N".  SQLSTATE=42601



what i am missing...

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that all depends on the client tool which you use, that apperantley does not support this kind of operation
try downloading ibm data studio and do it through there
http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/downloads/im/data/
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