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Sample ECPG Script


Hi

Below is the sample ECPG test case what i have prepared.

Sample ECPG Scripts
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-bash-4.1$ more foo2.h typedef struct { foo123 a[8]; } bar; -bash-4.1$ more foo1.h typedef struct { int x; }foo123;
-bash-4.1$ more foo.pgc EXEC SQL INCLUDE "foo1.h"; EXEC SQL INCLUDE "foo2.h"; int main() {     EXEC SQL BEGIN DECLARE SECTION;         char* dbname = "edb";         char* db     = "edb@localhost:5444";         char* user   = "enterprisedb";         char* passwd = "adminedb";     EXEC SQL END DECLARE SECTION;     bar records;     EXEC SQL WHENEVER SQLERROR      GOTO sql_error;     EXEC SQL CONNECT :user IDENTIFIED BY :passwd AT :dbname USING :db;         EXEC SQL AT :dbname DECLARE cur_TBL CURSOR FOR                 SELECT COUNT(*) AS rec_count                   FROM EMP         ;     EXEC SQL AT :dbname    OPEN  cur_TBL;     EXEC SQL AT :dbname    FETCH cur_TBL INTO :records.a[0].x;     EXEC SQL AT :dbname    CLOSE cur_TBL;     EXEC SQL DISCONNECT CURRENT;     printf("OK\n");     printf("RECORD COUNT = %d\n",records.a[0].x);     return 0; sql_error:    printf("ERROR\n");    return 1; }
Make File ========= -bash-4.1$ more Makefile all:     ecpg -C PROC foo.pgc     cc -o  foo foo.c -I /opt/PostgresPlus/9.1AS/include -L /opt/PostgresPlus/9.1AS/lib -lecpg Execution ========= -bash-4.1$ ./foo OK RECORD COUNT = 14


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