Date mismatch from Windows to AIX

David (cahoot) Wilson

Date mismatch from Windows to AIX
Hi,

We run Windows 2000 and DB2 7.2.4 on AIX.
When running
INSERT INTO tab1 (datefield) VALUES ('13/01/2004')
on AIX with the following config
Database territory = GB
Database code page = 819
Database code set = ISO8859-1
Database country code = 44
we have no problems.
When running the same code from control centre with Windows regional
settings set to UK and date format set to DD/MM/YY
we get SQL0181N - date/time mismatch.

Question is : Are there some other setting in Windows/DB2 that could cause
this date field to default to US format.


David Wilson




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