Missing SQLLD003 package (DB2 V8.1 FP3 on AIX 5.2)

Marshall Fuqua

Missing SQLLD003 package (DB2 V8.1 FP3 on AIX 5.2)
(in response to paul martin)
Environment:
Server: DB2 V8.1 with fixpak 3 running on AIX V5.1 maintenance level ??
Client: DB2 V7.2 with fixpak 8 running on AIX V5.1 maintenance level ??

We're receiving an SQL0805N error (SQLSTATE=51002) with the missing package
being NULLID.SQLLD003. I've tried the 'usual' binds (db2 bind ... blocking all
grant public) from the client using the db2ubind.lst & db2cli.lst bind lists,
but the problem still exists.

Does anyone know what is used to create SQLLD003 and/or what the 'purpose' is
of that package?

I susbscribe in digest mode, so it may take me a day or so to reply to any
e-mail regarding this topic.

Thanks for your assistance.

Marshall



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paul martin

[DB2EUG] Missing SQLLD003 package (DB2 V8.1 FP3 on AIX 5.2)
Looks like you need to bind db2ueiwi.bnd
Paul


-----Original Message-----
From: Iqbal Goralwalla [mailto:[login to unmask email]
Sent: Thursday, January 22, 2004 3:45 AM
To: 'Marshall Fuqua'; 'list db2 eug listserv'; 'list db2-lXlistserv'
Subject: RE: [DB2EUG] Missing SQLLD003 package (DB2 V8.1 FP3 on AIX 5.2)



Marshall,

Try using the ddcspkgn command to determine the package name for individual
bind files or list (.lst) files in the sqllib/bnd directory.

HTH.

Iqbal

-----Original Message-----
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Of Marshall Fuqua
Sent: 21 January 2004 21:39
To: list db2 eug listserv; list db2-lXlistserv
Subject: [DB2EUG] Missing SQLLD003 package (DB2 V8.1 FP3 on AIX 5.2)

Environment:
Server: DB2 V8.1 with fixpak 3 running on AIX V5.1 maintenance level ??
Client: DB2 V7.2 with fixpak 8 running on AIX V5.1 maintenance level ??

We're receiving an SQL0805N error (SQLSTATE=51002) with the missing package
being NULLID.SQLLD003. I've tried the 'usual' binds (db2 bind ... blocking
all
grant public) from the client using the db2ubind.lst & db2cli.lst bind
lists,
but the problem still exists.

Does anyone know what is used to create SQLLD003 and/or what the 'purpose'
is
of that package?

I susbscribe in digest mode, so it may take me a day or so to reply to any
e-mail regarding this topic.

Thanks for your assistance.

Marshall



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