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Urgent! How to bind an numeric value for a Dynamic SQL Statement inside Stored Proc

P: 127
Hello All,

I am using a Dynamic SQL Statement inside a Stored Procedure. I am using IBM DB2 V8.1 database.

When i want to have the values to be filled in dynamically, i use the parameter marker (?). I dont have any issues if the value is of type VARCHAR. But I get an error if i bind a value other than Varchar (String) say, an Integer. The error I get is "The statement "<stmt what i prepare>" is too long".

See the statements i use :

SET v_STMT = 'INSERT INTO <Schema>.<tableName> (col1,col2) VALUES (?,?)';
EXECUTE s1 USING val1,val2;

Can anybody please assist me how or what should i do if one of the values being Numeric and TimeStamp.

I have even tried with CAST(? AS INTEGER) for the appropriate value's placeholder as well. But its not working.

Any immediate help is much appreciable and i thank you all in advance.
Apr 2 '07 #1
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How was the stored procedure created?
Apr 4 '07 #2

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