OS: HPUnix 11
DB: Oracle 7.3.2
/* EXECUTE SQL DELETE FROM TAB1
WHERE COL1 = :hostvar1
AND COL2 = :hostvar2;
This Pro*C statement is giving Memory fault(coredump) error when a row does not exist in the table, i.e no data found. When rows are there it works fine.
The hostvar1, hostvar2 host variables have correct data in both cases, with and without data.
Any idea what might be the problem.