Pro*C system() Returns Wrong Return Code When Executed After Connection Has Been Established Succesfully To Database Using "EXEC SQL CONNECT" On Linux X86-64

(Doc ID 1155523.1)

Last updated on MARCH 01, 2017

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***Checked for relevance on 21-Nov-2013***


Executing application generated with Pro*C or higher on Linux x86-64 which uses ORACLE_SID instead TNS-Alias and performing


command  - to execute OS command or other executables like SQL*Plus  - AFTER connection to database has been established using


return value in case of succesful execution returns a unexpected non-zero value leading to unexpected sideeffects evaluating this return value



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