Document information More support for: DB2 for z/OS Software version: A10 Reference #: PM86374 Modified date: 24 January 2014 Site availability Site assistance Contact and feedback Need support? IT16249IF SORTHEAP IS SET TO A SMALL NUMBER, WE SEE THE FOLLOWING DB2DIAG.LOG ENTRY IT16248DB2BULKCOPY MAY RETURN CLI0125E WHEN TRYING TO LOAD MULTIPLES OF 16K NUMBER OF ROWS IT16247DB2BULKCOPY MAY RETURN Your cache administrator is webmaster. And just recently we had the occasion to totally test that the fixes indeed fixed the problem.
This behavior ** ** is being corrected in DB2 11 so that input to CAST is not ** ** treated as a store clock value nor GENERATE_UNIQUE. ** ** ** ** Yesterday we reported a problem to IBM related to BIND of packages containing SQL that update a view using instead of triggers which now fails with SQLCODE -151 THE UPDATE OPERATION PM96295 PM96293 Timestamp with Timezone related conditions.
But since we can not find user experiences about keeping dynamic SQL (via JDBC) in V10R1, some of the staff still have their doubts. I apologize... (wipes egg off face) Thank you, Patrick Bossman -----End Original Message----- International DB2 Users Group 330 North Wabash, Suite 2000 | Chicago, IL 60611-4267 Phone: (312) 321-6881 | Fax: This problem is the first one we have had that has been related to the APPLCOMPAT set to V11R1. Watson Product Search Search None of the above, continue with my search PM86374: SQLCODE 420 RECEIVED FOR IMPLICIT CAST OF STRING TO NUMERIC z/os A fix is available Obtain the fix
We know this works well for packages, but do we need to change settings for this to make it work for dynamic SQL as well? See APAR IC71055 for more information. . And REBIND and BIND COPY of old v10 packages works fine. Local fix Problem summary Problem conclusion Temporary fix Comments APAR Information APAR numberII14619 Reported component namePB LIB INFO ITE Reported component IDINFOPBLIB Reported release001 StatusINTRAN PENoPE HIPERNoHIPER Special AttentionNoSpecatt Submitted date2011-02-18
Now you see why these IFCIDs are so useful. IT13509RUNNING DB2IDROP OR DB2IUPDT TOOLS ON ONE INSTANCE MIGHT CAUSE DROPPING PROFILE ON ANOTHER INSTANCE FROM THE SAME INSTALLATION IT13507DB2CKUPGRADE MAY FAIL DUE TO FALSE ORPHAN ROWS FOR INVALIDATED TRIGGERS AND I don’t know if IBM has created a PTF yet for it or not. The problem can occur using JCC Type 2 driver for z/OS (when it connects to local DB2 and hops out) or JCC Type 4 driver (when it connects to a remote
Dynamic SQLs depends on how the SQL was coded, specifically whether or not there were NFM specific syntax. check my blog Not initializing working storage for COBOL programs calling SPs is one that I remember, Handling NULLS is another. If you have received this email in error please delete it and notify the sender immediately. I apologize... (wipes egg off face) Thank you, Patrick Bossman Michael Arlebrandt SV: Application Compatibility in DB2 11 z/OS April 7, 2016 03:29 PM (in response to Patrick Bossman) Thanks Patrik,
to numeric data type in V10 CM if implicit cast is not supported or if the server is in V10 NFM when the DDF_COMPATIBILITY ZPARM is set to DISABLE_IMPCAST_NJV or SP_PARMS_NJV But it was a nightmare for us because of our usage of views and native mode SPs with tons of ALIASES and Synonyms. Starting from V11, such "irrelevant" Errors ** ** might be suppressed so an application might no longer recieve ** ** the SQLCODE for this Statement. ** ** ** ** QW0366FN = this content There was a ton of tightening code in V11 where things that worked for years don’t work in V11.
IC71055 The following DRDA exception may occur for IBM Data Server Driver for JDBC and SQLJ requesters when connecting to a DB2 10 for z/OS server under compatibility mode CM8 or Here I strongly disagree with Chris because of all the issues we had going from V10 to V11. You can use the new DISABLE_IMPCAST_JV option to restore the server bind-in processing behavior without implicit cast when DB2 is running in either: - V10 NFM (or moving to V10 NFM);
When application sends data like 9999-12-31 23:59:59.0 to a timestamp column into these DB2 servers, SQLCODE181(-181) may occur. The statement executed correctly against DB2 9 and below and against DB2 10 CM because those levels do not provide implicit cast support. Watson Product Search Search None of the above, continue with my search II14619: DB2 V10.1 DDF MIGRATION INFOAPAR MVS Subscribe to this APAR By subscribing, you receive periodic emails alerting you IT15830JCC GSS-API DOES NOT INVOKE THE DB2JCCPLUGIN FREEPLUGIN() METHOD IN A GSS-API FAILURE SCENARIO IT15827QUERIES CONTAIN EQUALITY JOINS WITH COLUMN OF DIFFERENT DATATYPES AND LIKE PREDICATE MAY EXPERIENCE A TRAP IT15825PORTIONS
The new ZPARM option allows you to disable implicit casting for such client applications running in V10 NFM and in V11 with application compatibility equal to V10R1 while you implement corrective Notify me when this APAR changes. The new DDF_COMPATIBILITY option is: - DISABLE_IMPCAST_NJV: Use the pre-V10 server compatibility behavior which is not to implicitly cast input host variables during server host variable bind-in processing. have a peek at these guys IT15000SECURITY: DB2 IS VULNERABLE TO THE DLL-PLANTING VULNERABILITY IN INSTALLSHIELD (CVE-2016-2542) IT14999SECURITY: DB2 IS VULNERABLE TO THE DLL-PLANTING VULNERABILITY IN INSTALLSHIELD (CVE-2016-2542) IT14995DB2 MAY HANG WHEN USING ROTATING DB2DIAG LOGS IT14993SECURITY:
REBIND the packages for SPUFI, ODBC, JAVA, REXX, QMF and others specifying bind option APPLCOMPAT(V11R1) or by having the default from zPARM. But to be sure there will be no issues, the idea is to prevent the users and applications from using NFM until all issues have been taken care of. Is this a permanent change beginning with DB2 10 ormight we just maybe have something set incorrectly that may be causing the change in behavior? Now when you upgrade your DB2, this code will either fail or give erroneous results - which is never good.
In order to enable new V11 functionality for dynamic statements you need to rebind the packages for your dynamic applications, i.e. Do not change the APPLCOMPAT subsystem parameter value to the value for the new version until all applications use the features and behavior of the new version." http://www.ibm.com/support/knowledgecenter/SSEPEK_11.0.0/com.ibm.db2z11.doc.apsg/src/tpc/db2z_applicationcompatibility.dita?lang=en " APPLCOMPAT bind Your cache administrator is webmaster. I apologize... (wipes egg off face) Thank you, Patrick Bossman -----End Original Message----- Roger Hecq Application Compatibility in DB2 11 z/OS April 8, 2016 09:52 AM (in response to Patrick Bossman)
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