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Can anybody help me in finding error in the following SP please,
(actullay i need to drop the tables which had been created six months ago

CREATE PROCEDURE TGNSX00.TAB_DRO P_PROC(OUT OUT_SQLCODE integer)
LANGUAGE SQL MODIFIES SQL DATA
DYNAMIC RESULT SETS 1
P1: BEGIN

Declare v_stmt varchar(100);
Declare TBSC varchar(100);
Declare TBNM varchar(100);
Declare SQLCODE integer default 0;

Declare C1 cursor WITH RETURN FOR
Select TABSCHEMA, TABNAME from DWGNS.TEMP_SRK_ TABLE
WHERE (DAYS(CURRENT_T IMESTAMP)-DAYS(create_tim e))/30>6;
Open C1;

Fetch C1 into TBSC, TBNM;

While (SQLCODE=0) Do


Fetch C1 into TBSC,TBNM;
set v_stmt = 'DROP TABLE '|| rtrim(TBSC)||'. '||TBNM;
prepare v_stmt from v_stmt ;
execute v_stmt;

End While;

Close C1;
VALUES (SQLCODE) INTO OUT_SQLCODE;

P1: End@
Oct 23 '08 #1
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kazam
9 New Member
Can you give us error message details when you execute this procedure?
Oct 24 '08 #2

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