what's the equivalent Cobol Data type for Decimal(x,y) in
DB2? what does the current SQLID register contain?




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Answer / arun

cobol equivalent data type would be PIC s9(x-y)V9(y) comp3

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Answer / sirisha

It is PIC 9(x-y)V9(y)

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Answer / marekj

SQLID - current SQL authorization ID, and qualifier for
dynamic SQL if DYNAMICRULES(run) was set during BIND process.

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