DB2 SQL error codes

Whether you are a total SQL newbie or a seasoned expert looking to tweak query performance, this Crash Course has something for you. These eight chapters can help you decipher common DB2 SQL error codes and figure out how to get the data you need by looking at real-world solutions to real-world problems.

When you get DB2 error codes, it's easy enough to look it up in the Messages and Codes manual. But knowing what...

is wrong doesn't always help you to solve the problem. Here, DB2 SQL guru Craig Mullins helps solve some common SQL errors. If you can't find a solution to your problem here, ask us.

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Resources for working with errors
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Also, test your knowledge of DB2 9 by answering sample questions from the DB2 9 Fundamentals certification exam.

General error information

The Messages and Codes manual for OS/390 and z/OS can be downloaded here. Or, according to IBM's Web site, customers of DB2 UDB can use the online feature of the product by following these steps:

  1. From a Windows environment go to: Start --> Programs --> IBM DB2 --> Information
  2. From the expanded Information screen, select DB2 Information. This will open either your Web browser or the Information Center.
  3. From the Information Center, select the Books tab. Expand Reference, then select Message Reference.
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This was last published in June 2006

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