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HELP: Pro*C -- Update table using host array [message #271726] Tue, 02 October 2007 12:25 Go to next message
raysonliu
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Registered: October 2007
Junior Member
Hi,
I got an issue with updating table using host array in Pro*C (on HP-UX). The scenario is:
select * from CSM_REPORT where department='CSM'

Got data set:

department network_status(char)
--------------------------------------------
CSM A
CSM B
CSM C


There is no primary key on this table.

Host array is declared as char newStatus[20]. And only first 3 elements have value in this case:

newStatus[0] = 'E'
newStatus[1] = 'F'
newStatus[2] = 'G'


Update this table using host array:
update CSM_REPORT
set network_status = :newStatus
where department='CSM'

Result is:
select * from CSM_REPORT where department='CSM'

Got data set:
department network_status(char)
--------------------------------------------
CSM G
CSM G
CSM G


And sqlerrd[2] shows 9.


Expected result:

department network_status(char)
--------------------------------------------
CSM E
CSM F
CSM G

And sqlerrd[2] shows 3.

Can anybody help with this?

Thanks and much appreciated.

[Updated on: Tue, 02 October 2007 15:03]

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Re: HELP: Pro*C -- Update table using host array [message #271730 is a reply to message #271726] Tue, 02 October 2007 13:02 Go to previous message
Michel Cadot
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