db2 connect v8.1 fp6

Jeff Frazier

db2 connect v8.1 fp6
Hello,

we recently upgraded to db2 connect v8.1 sp6. when we tried to run a
process from peoplesoft financials v8.4.3 to db2 zos v7 thru the new db2
connect running on out app servers we get sql0804n. we fell back to db2
connect v7.2 and everything worked fine. my question is has anyone else
hit this? where can i find a support matrix of what releases are supported
by peoplesoft? i am a system programmer and our support person for
peoplesoft is not here today.

tia jeff

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Roland Schiradin

Re: db2 connect v8.1 fp6
(in response to Jeff Frazier)
Planning and doing such an upgrade without contacting your peoplesoft is not a good idea nor to say dangerous.
The SQL0804N can be caused by several problem you may post the full SQLCA or SQL-Msg

Roland

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Hello,

we recently upgraded to db2 connect v8.1 sp6. when we tried to run a process from peoplesoft financials v8.4.3 to db2 zos v7 thru the new db2 connect running on out app servers we get sql0804n. we fell back to db2 connect v7.2 and everything worked fine. my question is has anyone else hit this? where can i find a support matrix of what releases are supported by peoplesoft? i am a system programmer and our support person for peoplesoft is not here today.



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Jeff Frazier

Re: db2 connect v8.1 fp6
(in response to Roland Schiradin)
Never mind.
Thanks.



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Planning and doing such an upgrade without contacting your peoplesoft is
not a good idea nor to say dangerous.
The SQL0804N can be caused by several problem you may post the full SQLCA
or SQL-Msg

Roland
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Behalf Of Jeff Frazier
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Subject: [DB2-L] db2 connect v8.1 fp6



Hello,

we recently upgraded to db2 connect v8.1 sp6. when we tried to run a
process from peoplesoft financials v8.4.3 to db2 zos v7 thru the new db2
connect running on out app servers we get sql0804n. we fell back to db2
connect v7.2 and everything worked fine. my question is has anyone else
hit this? where can i find a support matrix of what releases are supported
by peoplesoft? i am a system programmer and our support person for
peoplesoft is not here today.


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