Large character strings (CLOB) enable you to store large amounts of data in columns.
Host Variable Formats
- OpenESQL and DB2 ECM
01 clob1 SQL TYPE IS CLOB(2M).
clob1 format uses the CLOB SQL TYPE.
49 clob2-len PIC 9(9) COMP.
49 clob2-data PIC X(70000).
- The level number for group items containing only two elementary items must be 49. The first item is a 4-byte field declared
with usage COMP or COMP-5 that represents the effective length of the character string. The length field can be signed or
unsigned. The second item is a PIC X(n) data type, where n is an integer representing the length of the field that holds the data.
- SQL statements must reference the group name.
JVM Managed Runtime
JVM Managed Runtime applications have no byte limit. In addition to the definitions valid for OpenESQL, the following definition
is also valid for the OpenESQL
JVM Managed Runtime:
01 clob3 string.