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How to drop dependent object

Hi Experts,

I am uninstalling SAP instance now and get stuck in the drop schema phase due to the following error:

drop schema DB2BJ1 restrict

DB21034E The command was processed as an SQL statement because it was not a

valid Command Line Processor command. During SQL processing it returned:

SQL0478N DROP, ALTER, TRANSFER OWNERSHIP or REVOKE on object type "SCHEMA"

cannot be processed because there is an object

"DB2BJ1.EVMON_LOCKING_SCHEMA_SQL09070", of type "XSROBJECT", which depends on

it. SQLSTATE=42893

Please provide me the db2 command to remove the dependent object.

Thanks and Regards,

Rudi

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  • Best Answer
    Posted on Dec 08, 2011 at 04:16 AM

    Run the SQL

    drop XSROBJECT DB2BJ1.EVMON_LOCKING_SCHEMA_SQL09070.

    Then try to drop the schema.

    You can also use the ADMIN_DROP_SCHEMA procedure to drop a schema.

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    • Former Member Ratnajit Dey

      Hi Ratnajit,

      Thanks for your feedback, however it's too late, i've reinstalled the instance from scratch after doing manual deletion, yet i appreciate your effort and i reward point for you.

      The system is now completely finished after struggling with some errors.

      Thank you and Regards,

      Rudi

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