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E-PC: SQL Error On SQLExec with SQL Object That Has DB2 Specific Syntax Using the WITH Clause that contains sub-queries (Doc ID 2683216.1)

Last updated on JULY 18, 2020

Applies to:

PeopleSoft Enterprise PT PeopleTools - Version 8.58 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

SQL Error on SQLExec with SQL Object that Has DB2 Specific Syntax Using the WITH Clause that contains sub-queries.
Issue reported on PT 8.58.03, on DB2 for z/OS.

 

The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:

1- Create Peoplecode that calls the SQLExec with the following statement:
  SQLExec(SQL.<SQLID>, <list of parameters>);
 
2- The SQLID has DB2 Specific Syntax Using the WITH Clause, such as:


  WITH
  <alias1> AS ( <SELECT statement with more than 1 sub-query> - e.g.: using statements such as EXISTS or MAX),
  <alias2> AS ( <another SELECT statement with more than 1 sub-query> - e.g.: using statements such as EXISTS or MAX> ),   
  SELECT DISTINCT <list of fields>   
  FROM <alias2> A LEFT OUTER JOIN <alias1> B ON A.<joinField1>=B.<joinField1>   
   AND A.<joinField2> =B.<joinField2>
   AND A.<joinField3> =B.<joinField3>
   ...
   AND A.<joinFieldn> =B.<joinFieldn>
  WHERE <WHERE clause, referencing aliases A and B>
 
3- Execute the PeopleCode in PIA.

4- Error is given:
   SQLExec: <x> select list items in parameter list, but SQL has 0 select columns.



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