How to insert multiple rows in a DB2 table using a single INSERT command in a COBOL-DB2 program?

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If we want to insert a multiple rows in a DB2 table using a single INSERT command then we have to define the host variable array and move the row data we want to insert in that array. We need to define another variable in the working storage section with configuration S9(4) COMP which will hold the number of rows to be inserted. We can insert the multiple rows as below−

MOVE 50 TO MAX-ROWS
   EXEC SQL
   INSERT INTO ORDERS (ORDER_ID, ORDER_DATE)
   VALUES(:ORDER-ID, :ORDER-DATE) FOR
   :MAX-ROWS ROWS
END-EXEC

The ORDER-ID and ORDER-DATE are host variables which should be defined as an array and all the data should be populated in these variables before the INSERT statement.

raja
Published on 15-Sep-2020 14:27:07
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