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R3szchk error during DB Export

Dear community,

I am doing system copy process. Our Version is EhP4 for ECC6.0 running on OS400/DB2.

On Database Instance export, phase 'Run R3szchk', I had encountered an error. From the log it's show:


"INFO: XDNLevelTraceSetLocation: Trace set to: XDNTrace.020877.*
ERROR: Delete for clean_ddloadd failed
(rc = 103)
error message returned by DbSl:
DDLOADD in R3XXXDATA type *FILE not found. MSGID= Job=831790/ECPADM/QPADEV0002"


Checking on database also show the 'DDLOADD' is not exist.

Looking help from the community to advise/help to eliminate/solve this issue.

Thanks & Rgds


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  • Posted on Oct 29, 2019 at 10:22 AM

    Hello Rusdan,

    I suppose the last activation of table DDLOADD failed to create the table on the database. Although this probably happened a long time ago, you only notice this now when running R3szchk. To verify the root cause, proceed like follows:

    Go to transaction SE11 to display the definition of table DDLOADD. This should bring up popup "DDLOAD does not exist in the database." Push OK to continue. Then run the following two checks:

    1. From the menu choose "Utilities" --> "Database Object" --> "Check".
      As a result you should see the text "Table is not create in the database"
    2. From the menu choose "Utilities" --> "Runtime Object" --> "Check".
      In this case, the result should be the message "Runtime Object is Consistent".

    If you can confirm both check results, it is safe to recreate the table in the database by pushing the "Activate" button (Ctrl+F3) in SE11. (This will likely result in a warning that you can ignore.)

    If you now re-run check 1) you should get the message "Database object for DDLOADD is consistent".

    Hope this helps. Let me know if you have questions.

    Best regards,

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