1. Charlie Cummins
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  3. Friday, 14 February 2020 21:51 PM

Hello,

Running PB 2017 R3, using ODBC to connect to ASE database.

PB in-code stored procedures declares are failing on recompile the with following error (ran fine under ASE Native).  C0038: SQLSTATE = ZZZZZ[SAP][ASE ODBC Driver][Adaptive Server Enterprise]Must declare variable '@ll_rv.

Here is PB Code in question.

TRANSACTION ltr_transobj
integer li_rc
long ll_rv, ll_beg_ckno, ll_end_ckno
integer li_subsystem
string ls_batchid
string ls_result
////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////

//======================================================================
ltr_transobj = THIS.of_get_transobj()
li_rc = 1
THIS.of_set_strerr_method( THIS.ClassName() + ".of_dbsp_isvalid_ckrng()" )
//======================================================================

//======================================================================// check transaction object
IF IsValid( ltr_transobj ) THEN
ELSE
// MessageBox( THIS.ClassName(), "Invalid Transaction Object, Contact IS.", StopSign!)
THIS.of_set_strerr_successful( FALSE )
THIS.of_set_strerr_error_code( -1 )
THIS.of_set_strerr_error_type( "System Error, Powerbuider" )
THIS.of_set_strerr_error_message( "Invalid Transaction Object, Contact IS." )
// return error structure
RETURN istr_error
END IF
//======================================================================

//======================================================================
// assign passed parameters
li_subsystem = ai_subsystem
ls_batchid = as_batchid
ll_beg_ckno = al_beg_ckno
ll_end_ckno = al_end_ckno
//======================================================================

DECLARE lspcp_valid_ckrng PROCEDURE FOR @ll_rv = spcp_valid_ckrng
@int_subsystem = :li_subsystem,
@c_ckbatchid = :ls_batchid,
@int_ckbegno = :ll_beg_ckno,
@int_ckendno = :ll_end_ckno
USING ltr_transobj;

//======================================================================

 

Maybe its just a ODBC setting or Declare syntax change?

Thanks for your help, Charlie

 

Charlie Cummins Accepted Answer Pending Moderation
  1. Tuesday, 18 February 2020 17:39 PM
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First of all, thanks everyone for your responses.

In general, I am in the midst of doing an impact analysis on moving some old PB Applications (that make a lot of stored procedure calls) from ASE native drivers over to ODBC.  When the time comes we will be using MS SQL Server ODBC but I don't have a MS SQL Server database up yet for that so I am connecting to the ASE one using ODBC for a preliminary investigation.

I agree with Michael that ODBC doesn't like @ll_rc =

I tried adding DBParm="PBNewSPInvocation='Yes'" to my database connection but that didn't seem to help.  Would that be added as a ConnectString or ConnectOption?

Could somebody provide an example of binding variables at EXECUTE time instead of DECLARE?  I'm not familiar with that approach.

Thanks for your help, Charlie

 

 

 

 

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Chris Pollach @Appeon Accepted Answer Pending Moderation
  1. Tuesday, 18 February 2020 17:01 PM
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Hi Charlie;

   PB supports a native driver over to ASE. That is also the best route for ASE interactions IMHO. I would use that instead of ODBC  "middle-ware". Just my $0.02.

SQLCA.DBMS = "ASE"

Regards ... Chris

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Michael Kramer Accepted Answer Pending Moderation
  1. Saturday, 15 February 2020 20:17 PM
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In declare you refer to undefined SQL variable = @ll_rv whereas the other @-references are parameters. 

Consider using "new SP" parameter as Miguel suggests. Also consider binding variables at EXECUTE instead of DECLARE.

Hth/Michael 

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Forgot to mention: ODBC doesn't support " @ll_rv = ..." inside DECLARE PROCEDURE.

More info on syntax restrictions in documentation = "Connecting to Your Database"
  1. Michael Kramer
  2. Tuesday, 18 February 2020 16:04 PM
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Miguel Leeuwe Accepted Answer Pending Moderation
  1. Saturday, 15 February 2020 13:14 PM
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