Browsing data in a table with a column defined with data type of Decimal (13,0) displays the data with commas in the output. If that data is then cut and pasted into a WHERE clause a -104 SQLCODE is returned.
Commas will be displayed in numeric fields when the RC/Edit profile parameter "Format numerics with commas' is set to 'Y'. If the commas are removed from the data value when
creating/issuing the WHERE clause, the statement will process successfully. If you set the RC/Edit profile parameter "Format numerics with commas' to 'N' the commas will be
eliminated from the display and doing a cut and paste within the WHERE clause will then process successfully.
You can also control the comma setting in the highlevel.PARMLIB(DEFAULTS) member by setting the parameter RUCOMMA.
Valid values are:
RUCOMMA (N) /* FORMAT NUMERICS WITH COMMAS */ /* Y - FORMAT WITH COMMAS */ /* N - FORMAT WITHOUT COMMAS */
Make sure that DEFAULTS (YES) parameter is enabled in the highlevel.parmlib SETUP member.