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November 16, 2011 | Volume 10 Issue 22


TOP STORY: Features and Cautions of the Binding Language
FEATURED ARTICLE: Curious About Finding Errors in SQL Statements?
NEWS HIGHLIGHT: Quadrant Teams with Real Vision Software to Reduce Time-to-value for Transportation and Distribution
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Feature Article - Programming
Features and Cautions of the Binding Language

Find out how to support multiple signatures and what to be aware of when changing service programs.

tom_snyderWritten by Tom Snyder

I initially intended on just doing a three-part series that worked its way toward binding directories, but I feel as though I need to cover more on the binding language before I can move on. So this follow-up article will discuss support for multiple signatures and things that you should be cautious of when using the binding language.


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Feature Article - Programming
Curious About Finding Errors in SQL Statements?

With the help of the QSQCHKS API, you can easily and quickly find where errors occur.

andrew_shelestovWritten by Andrew Shelestov

A lot of people run SQL statements often, but few of them can find the place where an error occurs in those statements. In this article, I'll show you how to detect the position of these errors by using the Syntax Check SQL Statement (QSQCHKS) API , which is documented here.


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