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Virginia Savage

Joined: Sep 18, 2001
Posts: 1
I am an old mainframe programmer (23 years) that is learning JAVA. I would like to know how to get at the SQLCODE in my JAVA Bean.
My DB2 table is on the mainframe and I am updating it using a COBOL store procedure. I have not problem passing input parameters to the store procedure and updating the proper row. But I would like to display an error message if the row is not found during the update. The only place I can find where I can reference the SQLCODE is if it is a SQLEXCEPTION, which works fine. But +0100 is not an exception or a warning.
I thought I could have the Cobol store procedure return an output parameter that contains the SQLCODE, but I can't get that to work either. Input parameters work fine, but I can't seem to get the output parameter to work. I have it defined in my store procedure parameters as OUT. I think I am missing something.
I need HELP!!
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