how to write more than one sql statement under EXEC SQL in SQLRPGLE.

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Hi, Can anyone please help me to write more than one SQL statements under single EXEC SQL and END EXEC as below.

Since i have 10 sql statements and wanted to include all those 10 statements under single block of EXEC SQL and END EXEC by using any seperator like below.

C/EXEC SQL

C+Insert into A values('A','B');

C+Insert into B values('C', 'D');

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C/END EXEC

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  • BigKat
    exec sql is one statement at a time
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