begin insert into pm1.g1 (e1, e2) select ?, ?; select rowcount; end;
Anonymous procedure block
You can execute a procedure language block as a user command. This can be an advantage in situations in which a virtual procedure does not exist, but a set of processes can be carried out on the server side. For more information about the language for defining virtual procedures, see Procedure language.
inparameters are supported with prepared/callable statement parameters, as shown in the preceding example, which uses
outparameters are not supported. As a workaround, you can use session variables as needed.
A return parameter is not supported.
A single result will be returned if any of the statements returns a result set. All returnable result sets must have a matching number of columns and types. To indicate that a statement is not intended to provide a result set, use the WITHOUT RETURN clause.