Re: Debugging Stored Procedures with Xpediter

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Re: Debugging Stored Procedures with Xpediter
(in response to robert.j.hartmann@US.ARTHURANDERSEN.COM)
sure... you need to compile the stored procedure within xpediter for it's
listing
and have the proper libraries in your setup...





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I have seen that the Xpediter folks state that they can work with Stored
Procedures in a unit testing environment. Has anyone tested this out? What are
the limitations? Are there any special links, coding...?

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Venkat (PCA) Pillay

Re: Debugging Stored Procedures with Xpediter
(in response to ddlusk@HOUSEHOLD.COM)
Do you mean ORACLE STORED PROCEDURE ?? I have heard of XPEDITER/SQL for
ORACLE .

Is there any for DB2 STORED PROCEDURE debugger other than CODE/370 ?

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Tim Lowe

Re: Debugging Stored Procedures with Xpediter
(in response to Venkat (PCA) Pillay)
Robert,
We talked to people from Xpediter for the past few years about supporting DB2
stored procedures. They have recently told us that they are going to work on
it.
When last I heard, they told us that we should test them by calling them like
subroutines, taking out any unique "stored procedure" code. (perhaps they
consider this to be "unit testing"?)
I do not consider this to be support for DB2 stored procedures, but perhaps they
have added some new support?
I hope this helps.

Thanks,
Tim Lowe
Lead DBA
St. Paul Companies







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I have seen that the Xpediter folks state that they can work with Stored
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the limitations? Are there any special links, coding...?

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Debugging Stored Procedures with Xpediter
I have seen that the Xpediter folks state that they can work with Stored
Procedures in a unit testing environment. Has anyone tested this out? What are
the limitations? Are there any special links, coding...?

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