I have this sp

Code:
create procedure test()

DEFINE minRelease INTEGER;
DEFINE currentRelease INTEGER;
DEFINE box varchar(25);
DEFINE boxes varchar(200);	
CREATE TEMP TABLE osRelease (currentRelease INTEGER, boxes varchar(200)) 
WITH NO LOG; 

select beginning_release into minRelease from dus_cfg; 	

foreach cur1 for select distinct(relnum) into currentRelease from releases 
where relnum > minRelease order by relnum
    foreach cur2 for select distinct(mach_type) into box from update  
    where relnum = currentRelease
        let boxes = boxes + box + ',';			
    END FOREACH;

insert into osRelease values (currentRelease, boxes);
END FOREACH;

select r.relnum, r.reldes, o.boxes,  
case r.status
    when -1 then 'none
    when 4 then 'four
    else ''
end
from releases r, osRelease where o.release = r.relnum;
#                                                    ^
#  659: INTO TEMP table required for SELECT statement.
#
end procedure
When I run I get this error,

-659 INTO TEMP table required for SELECT statement.

A SELECT statement did not specify where to put the returned values.
SELECT statements within a procedure require either an INTO TEMP clause
or an INTO clause that references the appropriate procedural
variables.

Example of error:

CREATE PROCEDURE testproc()
...
SELECT col1, col2 FROM tab; -- error
END PROCEDURE

Correction:

CREATE PROCEDURE testproc()
...
SELECT col1, col2 INTO var1, var2 FROM tab;
SELECT col1, col2 FROM tab INTO TEMP another_table;
END PROCEDURE



So looking at other SP's I see that informix requires return values (not sure if this is entirly true). Is there a way for me to return a dynamic select via a stored procedure in informix? This set of data could have between 10 and 10000 rows.