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    Unanswered: sql stored procedure

    I have been looking around and could not find any sample. So I wonder if this is supported
    I want to use lobs in a sql stored procedure, with read/as well with insert
    Is this supported ? I could only find samples of java and other mf languages
    If willing to share a sample, because I am not really a programmer, thanks
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    use lobs in a sql stored procedure ?
    In which context.. if you are refering global temp table with lob columns then its not supported yet, Heard it will be coming with cobra
    Rahul Singh
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    because we have vse and cobol and lobs are not suported, so we want to insert / select / update some data in lobs columns. the sp would be called from vse cobol to bypass the restriction
    Best Regards, Guy Przytula
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