Stored Procedure interface after a severe DB2 error

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Stored Procedure interface after a severe DB2 error
Can the passed parameters be kept intact after a severe error occurs? We
what to use the ROLLBACK command within a SP but also pass back the reason
for the request. Can it be done using DB2 5.1 level?
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Re: Stored Procedure interface after a severe DB2 error
(in response to robert.j.hartmann@US.ARTHURANDERSEN.COM)
COMMIT and ROLLBACK are not permitted in a stored procedure until V7, and
that would roll back the stored procedure and all other processing.
You might want to check on the savepoints added in a V6 APAR, so that you
roll back to a save point at the beginning of the stored procedure.
V5 has none of the above, but you can chase through the stored procedure
red book SG24-4693 for ROLLBACK to see older functions.

Roger Miller, DB2 for OS/390