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Error for DB02.

Hello All,

I have problem when I tried to run db02. It gives me number of error message such as

1. DQS Error Checking/ Installing UDFs. Return code = ADBC Error.

2. DQS Database is not yet configured for monitoring.

3. DQS Problem with UDF Installations ADBC error.

4. DQS Therefore some function may not work properly.

5. DQS Check the UDF configuration for more details.

6. DQS Exception CX_DBA_ADBC in class CL_DB6_RDI method GET_SNAPSHOT line 447/ RC= ADBC Error.

My Server detalis are as follows

O.S. Windows Server 2008 SR2

Database DB2 9.7.

I have checked the the Library for this Table Function and set the path of that file. and then test the connection.

That is the path of this library is Kernel Executables. But stilll I got this message.

Please checked this

Thanks in advanced.

Amit.

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  • Posted on Nov 02, 2012 at 02:25 PM

    Hi Amit,

    What exact fixpack of v9.7 is being used?

    What is the basis support package level of the system?

    Is there an entry in the system log (SM21) at the time of the error?

    If so, is their an entry in the work process trace file that encountered the error?

    As the issue mention an error with the UDF, check current udf path level.

    Please firstly remove the old UDFand then install it again with the latest patch.

    Please refer to the notes:

    334777 Missing user-defined functions
    921488 db6pmudf - latest patch (currently 19)
    978319 DB6: Incorrectly cataloged table functions

    regards,

    Paul

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