- There is a difference in behavior in PowerBuilder 12.6 Classic and .NET when declaring and executing a stored procedure that has a literal value for an input argument.
- In PowerBuilder .NET, executing the following statements:
DECLARE p21_DeleteCycleCount_wrong PROCEDURE FOR p21_deletion
@delete_primary_table_name = 'TableNameArg',
@delete_row_stmt = :ls_Delete USING trans;
- In the SQL Profiler:
- PowerBuilder 12.6 returns:
- RPC:Starting exec p21_deletion @delete_primary_table_name='DeleteStmt'
- In PowerBuilder Classic:
- SQL:BatchStarting execute p21_deletion @delete_primary_table_name ='TableNameArg' , @delete_row_stmt ='DeleteStmtArg'
- SAP PowerBuilder .NET 12.6
- Microsoft SQL Server 2014
SAP PowerBuilder 12.6
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