That example also doesn't bind a return value, but then the procedure doesn't return anything. In my example the return value is the first place holder before the =call. Where I work the convention is for stored procedures to return a value indicating success or an error code to indicate what went wrong, so I'd like my Perl code to stick to that if possible.
Re^2: Getting return value of DB2 stored procedures
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Did you ever figure this out? I've been trying my heart out to figure out why a stored procedure that I'm calling is not returning a value....
Here is what my code looks like: http://pastebin.com/Sih7L2mU