Ok, I think I have narrowed this down even further. I went and
installed a 7.3.4 db on our RHEL 4 server and is exibiting the same
behavior. I believe there is something with RHEL 2.1 and PostgreSQL
that causes the wrong sqlcode to be returned. That is the only thing
I can figure out.
I'm not sure where to go from here. Any ideas?
On 8/10/05, Dragan Matić <mlists(at)panforma(dot)co(dot)yu> wrote:
> Chris Hoover wrote:
> >Sorry, I should have given some setup details.
> >When this query is run against either version of PG, it does not
> >return any rows (obviously due to the issue with hdr_create_dt). I
> >actually walked through the code using our cobol debugger to find this
> >issue. When it checks the sqlca.sqlcode record returned by this query
> >in 7.3.4, it has a 0. In 8.0.3, it has a 100.
> We are also using Cobol (Micro Focus NetExpress) and we haven't noticed
> any changes when moving from version 7.x to version 8.
> Another question is whether sqlcode was returning good result until now?
> As far as I know (and it works that way with us) sqlcode _should_ have a
> value of 100 when query returns no rows. Value of 0 indicates there were
> no errors, and value of 100 means 'no rows found'.
> With Regards
> Dragan Matic
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