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7.1.3 ecpg

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I am running 7.1.3 at the moment and upgrading in the
near future.

I am noticing that some cursor declare statements are
commented out in the .c after running the ecpg
pre-processor with no error message or explanation
from ecpg. It took me a while to figure this out when
I got the 'cursor does not exist' message during
execution. The corresponding fetch forward next
statement is processed correctly by ecpg.

Why do just some cursor declarations get commented out
and not others? Why is there not even a warning
message if I am doing something wrong? Is this
problem fixed or at least addressed in such a
way to let the programmer know that the code is
being commented out and if so why, in subsequent
versions.

Thanks,
Lynn

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Nov 12 '05 #1
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