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Cause: An Oracle extension to the ANSI/ISO SQL standard was
used. Specifically, a non-integer WHENEVER ... GOTO label
was in a Pro*Pascal program. For example, the offending code
might look like: EXEC SQL WHENEVER NOT FOUND GOTO quit; This
informational message is issued by the FIPS Flagger when
Action: No action required. However, for ANSI/ISO
compliance, use only integer WHENEVER... GOTO labels in a
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