FW: Data Base Procedure

Discussion created by ca.portal.admin on Feb 3, 2010
I think queue records are forbidden just like IO to database records. Not
sure what you want the queue record to do. Does it have to be a queue
record? Couldn't you just do a WTL? Alternately, if you really need a
queue record (or DB record for that matter), a solution would be for the DB
procedure to write data to shared storage and then invoke a DC task that
reads that storage and writes the queue record. Obviously, there are
dangers here if the originating task aborts the queue record could be
written when you don't want it written. It all depends on what you are
trying to do with the queue record so I am shooting in the dark here.

Dan Miley
Lockheed Martin