DSNH104I DB2 Precompiler error on V8 NFM IVP - module DSNTIAUL

Mark Vickers

DSNH104I DB2 Precompiler error on V8 NFM IVP - module DSNTIAUL
I am running the NFM IVP job DSNTEJ2A which compiles DSNTIAUL and got the
following precompiler errors :

DB2 SQL PRECOMPILER MESSAGES PAGE 2

DSNH104I E DSNHSQL LINE 708 COL 44 ILLEGAL SYMBOL "ROWSET". SOME
SYMBOLS THAT MIGHT BE LEGAL ARE: HOLD RETURN
DSNH104I E DSNHPARS LINE 708 COL 51 ILLEGAL SYMBOL "POSITIONING".
SOME SYMBOLS THAT MIGHT BE LEGAL ARE: FOR WITH
DSNH080I E DSNHSM3D LINE 1131 COL 53 STRING VARIABLE "SQLBUFR" IS NOT
"VARCHAR" TYPE
DSNH080I E DSNHSM3D LINE 1134 COL 52 STRING VARIABLE "SQLBUFR" IS NOT
"VARCHAR" TYPE
DSNH104I E DSNHSM3 LINE 3376 COL 31 ILLEGAL SYMBOL
"<END-OF-STATEMENT>". SOME SYMBOLS THAT MIGHT BE LEGAL ARE: INTO, USING
DSNH199I E DSNHPARS LINE 3376 COL 38 INVALID KEYWORD "FROM"; VALID
SYMBOLS ARE: <END-OF-STATEMENT>
DSNH080I E DSNHSM3D LINE 7577 COL 39 STRING VARIABLE "SQLBUFR2" IS
NOT "VARCHAR" TYPE
DSNH104I E DSNHPARS LINE 8626 COL 36 ILLEGAL SYMBOL ":". SOME SYMBOLS
THAT MIGHT BE LEGAL ARE: IS <HEXSTRING> <CHARSTRING> <GRA
PHSTRING>
DSNH199I E DSNHPARS LINE 8632 COL 36 INVALID KEYWORD "CONDITION";
VALID SYMBOLS ARE: IS <HEXSTRING> <CHARSTRING> <GRAPHSTRING>
DSNH521I W DSNHSM3 LINE 3376 COL 20 THE FETCH FOR CURSOR "ROWSET" IS
ASSUMED TO APPLY TO A DYNAMIC ALLOCATE CURSOR STATEMENT
DSNH050I I DSNHMAIN WARNINGS HAVE BEEN SUPPRESSED DUE TO LACK OF
TABLE DECLARATIONS

I confirmed that the subsystem is in NFM - DSNMSTR:
INFLIGHT=0, IN ABORT=0, POSTPONED ABORT=0
DSNG007I -DSNT DB2 CATALOG LEVEL (810) CODE LEVEL (810) MODE (N)
DSNR002I -DSNT RESTART COMPLETED

Any ideas ?

Thanks,




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Carol Broyles

Re: DSNH104I DB2 Precompiler error on V8 NFM IVP - module DSNTIAU L
(in response to Mark Vickers)
Mark,



Make sure you are using a V8 precompiler. We've gotten these errors when we
were inadvertently using a V7 precompiler.



Carol Broyles

ACS, Inc.





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Subject: DSNH104I DB2 Precompiler error on V8 NFM IVP - module DSNTIAUL




I am running the NFM IVP job DSNTEJ2A which compiles DSNTIAUL and got the
following precompiler errors :

DB2 SQL PRECOMPILER MESSAGES
PAGE 2
DSNH104I E DSNHSQL LINE 708 COL 44 ILLEGAL SYMBOL "ROWSET". SOME
SYMBOLS THAT MIGHT BE LEGAL ARE: HOLD RETURN
DSNH104I E DSNHPARS LINE 708 COL 51 ILLEGAL SYMBOL "POSITIONING". SOME
SYMBOLS THAT MIGHT BE LEGAL ARE: FOR WITH
DSNH080I E DSNHSM3D LINE 1131 COL 53 STRING VARIABLE "SQLBUFR" IS NOT
"VARCHAR" TYPE
DSNH080I E DSNHSM3D LINE 1134 COL 52 STRING VARIABLE "SQLBUFR" IS NOT
"VARCHAR" TYPE
DSNH104I E DSNHSM3 LINE 3376 COL 31 ILLEGAL SYMBOL
"<END-OF-STATEMENT>". SOME SYMBOLS THAT MIGHT BE LEGAL ARE: INTO, USING
DSNH199I E DSNHPARS LINE 3376 COL 38 INVALID KEYWORD "FROM"; VALID
SYMBOLS ARE: <END-OF-STATEMENT>
DSNH080I E DSNHSM3D LINE 7577 COL 39 STRING VARIABLE "SQLBUFR2" IS NOT
"VARCHAR" TYPE
DSNH104I E DSNHPARS LINE 8626 COL 36 ILLEGAL SYMBOL ":". SOME SYMBOLS
THAT MIGHT BE LEGAL ARE: IS <HEXSTRING> <CHARSTRING> <GRA
PHSTRING>

DSNH199I E DSNHPARS LINE 8632 COL 36 INVALID KEYWORD "CONDITION"; VALID
SYMBOLS ARE: IS <HEXSTRING> <CHARSTRING> <GRAPHSTRING>
DSNH521I W DSNHSM3 LINE 3376 COL 20 THE FETCH FOR CURSOR "ROWSET" IS
ASSUMED TO APPLY TO A DYNAMIC ALLOCATE CURSOR STATEMENT
DSNH050I I DSNHMAIN WARNINGS HAVE BEEN SUPPRESSED DUE TO LACK OF TABLE
DECLARATIONS

I confirmed that the subsystem is in NFM - DSNMSTR:
INFLIGHT=0, IN ABORT=0, POSTPONED ABORT=0
DSNG007I -DSNT DB2 CATALOG LEVEL (810) CODE LEVEL (810) MODE (N)
DSNR002I -DSNT RESTART COMPLETED

Any ideas ?

Thanks,



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Raymond Bell

Re: DSNH104I DB2 Precompiler error on V8 NFM IVP - module DSNTIAUL
(in response to Carol Broyles)
Mark,



Are you picking up the V7 precompiler in your JCL by any chance? It
might be parsing the statements in DSNTIAUL against V7 syntax and
failing some of the new V8 stuff. Just an idea.



Cheers,





Raymond



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Subject: [DB2-L] DSNH104I DB2 Precompiler error on V8 NFM IVP - module
DSNTIAUL




I am running the NFM IVP job DSNTEJ2A which compiles DSNTIAUL and got
the following precompiler errors :

DB2 SQL PRECOMPILER MESSAGES
PAGE 2
DSNH104I E DSNHSQL LINE 708 COL 44 ILLEGAL SYMBOL "ROWSET". SOME
SYMBOLS THAT MIGHT BE LEGAL ARE: HOLD RETURN
DSNH104I E DSNHPARS LINE 708 COL 51 ILLEGAL SYMBOL "POSITIONING".
SOME SYMBOLS THAT MIGHT BE LEGAL ARE: FOR WITH
DSNH080I E DSNHSM3D LINE 1131 COL 53 STRING VARIABLE "SQLBUFR" IS
NOT "VARCHAR" TYPE
DSNH080I E DSNHSM3D LINE 1134 COL 52 STRING VARIABLE "SQLBUFR" IS
NOT "VARCHAR" TYPE
DSNH104I E DSNHSM3 LINE 3376 COL 31 ILLEGAL SYMBOL
"<END-OF-STATEMENT>". SOME SYMBOLS THAT MIGHT BE LEGAL ARE: INTO, USING

DSNH199I E DSNHPARS LINE 3376 COL 38 INVALID KEYWORD "FROM"; VALID
SYMBOLS ARE: <END-OF-STATEMENT>
DSNH080I E DSNHSM3D LINE 7577 COL 39 STRING VARIABLE "SQLBUFR2" IS
NOT "VARCHAR" TYPE
DSNH104I E DSNHPARS LINE 8626 COL 36 ILLEGAL SYMBOL ":". SOME
SYMBOLS THAT MIGHT BE LEGAL ARE: IS <HEXSTRING> <CHARSTRING> <GRA
PHSTRING>

DSNH199I E DSNHPARS LINE 8632 COL 36 INVALID KEYWORD "CONDITION";
VALID SYMBOLS ARE: IS <HEXSTRING> <CHARSTRING> <GRAPHSTRING>
DSNH521I W DSNHSM3 LINE 3376 COL 20 THE FETCH FOR CURSOR "ROWSET"
IS ASSUMED TO APPLY TO A DYNAMIC ALLOCATE CURSOR STATEMENT
DSNH050I I DSNHMAIN WARNINGS HAVE BEEN SUPPRESSED DUE TO LACK OF
TABLE DECLARATIONS

I confirmed that the subsystem is in NFM - DSNMSTR:
INFLIGHT=0, IN ABORT=0, POSTPONED ABORT=0
DSNG007I -DSNT DB2 CATALOG LEVEL (810) CODE LEVEL (810) MODE (N)
DSNR002I -DSNT RESTART COMPLETED

Any ideas ?

Thanks,



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Jeff Frazier

Re: DSNH104I DB2 Precompiler error on V8 NFM IVP - module DSNTIAUL
(in response to Raymond Bell)
do you see this in the precompile : DB2 SQL PRECOMPILER VERSION 8
REL. 1.0



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I am running the NFM IVP job DSNTEJ2A which compiles DSNTIAUL and got the
following precompiler errors :

DB2 SQL PRECOMPILER MESSAGES PAGE 2

DSNH104I E DSNHSQL LINE 708 COL 44 ILLEGAL SYMBOL "ROWSET". SOME
SYMBOLS THAT MIGHT BE LEGAL ARE: HOLD RETURN
DSNH104I E DSNHPARS LINE 708 COL 51 ILLEGAL SYMBOL "POSITIONING".
SOME SYMBOLS THAT MIGHT BE LEGAL ARE: FOR WITH
DSNH080I E DSNHSM3D LINE 1131 COL 53 STRING VARIABLE "SQLBUFR" IS NOT
"VARCHAR" TYPE
DSNH080I E DSNHSM3D LINE 1134 COL 52 STRING VARIABLE "SQLBUFR" IS NOT
"VARCHAR" TYPE
DSNH104I E DSNHSM3 LINE 3376 COL 31 ILLEGAL SYMBOL
"<END-OF-STATEMENT>". SOME SYMBOLS THAT MIGHT BE LEGAL ARE: INTO, USING
DSNH199I E DSNHPARS LINE 3376 COL 38 INVALID KEYWORD "FROM"; VALID
SYMBOLS ARE: <END-OF-STATEMENT>
DSNH080I E DSNHSM3D LINE 7577 COL 39 STRING VARIABLE "SQLBUFR2" IS
NOT "VARCHAR" TYPE
DSNH104I E DSNHPARS LINE 8626 COL 36 ILLEGAL SYMBOL ":". SOME SYMBOLS
THAT MIGHT BE LEGAL ARE: IS <HEXSTRING> <CHARSTRING> <GRA
PHSTRING>
DSNH199I E DSNHPARS LINE 8632 COL 36 INVALID KEYWORD "CONDITION";
VALID SYMBOLS ARE: IS <HEXSTRING> <CHARSTRING> <GRAPHSTRING>
DSNH521I W DSNHSM3 LINE 3376 COL 20 THE FETCH FOR CURSOR "ROWSET" IS
ASSUMED TO APPLY TO A DYNAMIC ALLOCATE CURSOR STATEMENT
DSNH050I I DSNHMAIN WARNINGS HAVE BEEN SUPPRESSED DUE TO LACK OF
TABLE DECLARATIONS

I confirmed that the subsystem is in NFM - DSNMSTR:
INFLIGHT=0, IN ABORT=0, POSTPONED ABORT=0
DSNG007I -DSNT DB2 CATALOG LEVEL (810) CODE LEVEL (810) MODE (N)
DSNR002I -DSNT RESTART COMPLETED

Any ideas ?

Thanks,



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Mark Vickers

Re: DSNH104I DB2 Precompiler error on V8 NFM IVP - module DSNTIAUL
(in response to Jeff Frazier)
AH HA !
Thanks Raymond - the proc was hard coded for DB2710 - THANKS !




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Mark,

Are you picking up the V7 precompiler in your JCL by any chance? It might
be parsing the statements in DSNTIAUL against V7 syntax and failing some
of the new V8 stuff. Just an idea.

Cheers,


Raymond

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Subject: [DB2-L] DSNH104I DB2 Precompiler error on V8 NFM IVP - module
DSNTIAUL


I am running the NFM IVP job DSNTEJ2A which compiles DSNTIAUL and got the
following precompiler errors :

DB2 SQL PRECOMPILER MESSAGES PAGE 2

DSNH104I E DSNHSQL LINE 708 COL 44 ILLEGAL SYMBOL "ROWSET". SOME
SYMBOLS THAT MIGHT BE LEGAL ARE: HOLD RETURN
DSNH104I E DSNHPARS LINE 708 COL 51 ILLEGAL SYMBOL "POSITIONING".
SOME SYMBOLS THAT MIGHT BE LEGAL ARE: FOR WITH
DSNH080I E DSNHSM3D LINE 1131 COL 53 STRING VARIABLE "SQLBUFR" IS NOT
"VARCHAR" TYPE
DSNH080I E DSNHSM3D LINE 1134 COL 52 STRING VARIABLE "SQLBUFR" IS NOT
"VARCHAR" TYPE
DSNH104I E DSNHSM3 LINE 3376 COL 31 ILLEGAL SYMBOL
"<END-OF-STATEMENT>". SOME SYMBOLS THAT MIGHT BE LEGAL ARE: INTO, USING
DSNH199I E DSNHPARS LINE 3376 COL 38 INVALID KEYWORD "FROM"; VALID
SYMBOLS ARE: <END-OF-STATEMENT>
DSNH080I E DSNHSM3D LINE 7577 COL 39 STRING VARIABLE "SQLBUFR2" IS
NOT "VARCHAR" TYPE
DSNH104I E DSNHPARS LINE 8626 COL 36 ILLEGAL SYMBOL ":". SOME SYMBOLS
THAT MIGHT BE LEGAL ARE: IS <HEXSTRING> <CHARSTRING> <GRA
PHSTRING>
DSNH199I E DSNHPARS LINE 8632 COL 36 INVALID KEYWORD "CONDITION";
VALID SYMBOLS ARE: IS <HEXSTRING> <CHARSTRING> <GRAPHSTRING>
DSNH521I W DSNHSM3 LINE 3376 COL 20 THE FETCH FOR CURSOR "ROWSET" IS
ASSUMED TO APPLY TO A DYNAMIC ALLOCATE CURSOR STATEMENT
DSNH050I I DSNHMAIN WARNINGS HAVE BEEN SUPPRESSED DUE TO LACK OF
TABLE DECLARATIONS

I confirmed that the subsystem is in NFM - DSNMSTR:
INFLIGHT=0, IN ABORT=0, POSTPONED ABORT=0
DSNG007I -DSNT DB2 CATALOG LEVEL (810) CODE LEVEL (810) MODE (N)
DSNR002I -DSNT RESTART COMPLETED

Any ideas ?

Thanks,


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Raymond Bell

Re: DSNH104I DB2 Precompiler error on V8 NFM IVP - module DSNTIAUL
(in response to Mark Vickers)
No probs - but I see a few others had the same idea. Matters not - as
long as you can precompile OK now. Well, run the V8 precompiler at
least; a successful precompile is down to the Developers...



Toodles,





Raymond



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AH HA !
Thanks Raymond - the proc was hard coded for DB2710 - THANKS !




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Mark,

Are you picking up the V7 precompiler in your JCL by any chance? It
might be parsing the statements in DSNTIAUL against V7 syntax and
failing some of the new V8 stuff. Just an idea.

Cheers,


Raymond

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Subject: [DB2-L] DSNH104I DB2 Precompiler error on V8 NFM IVP - module
DSNTIAUL


I am running the NFM IVP job DSNTEJ2A which compiles DSNTIAUL and got
the following precompiler errors :

DB2 SQL PRECOMPILER MESSAGES
PAGE 2
DSNH104I E DSNHSQL LINE 708 COL 44 ILLEGAL SYMBOL "ROWSET". SOME
SYMBOLS THAT MIGHT BE LEGAL ARE: HOLD RETURN
DSNH104I E DSNHPARS LINE 708 COL 51 ILLEGAL SYMBOL "POSITIONING".
SOME SYMBOLS THAT MIGHT BE LEGAL ARE: FOR WITH
DSNH080I E DSNHSM3D LINE 1131 COL 53 STRING VARIABLE "SQLBUFR" IS
NOT "VARCHAR" TYPE
DSNH080I E DSNHSM3D LINE 1134 COL 52 STRING VARIABLE "SQLBUFR" IS
NOT "VARCHAR" TYPE
DSNH104I E DSNHSM3 LINE 3376 COL 31 ILLEGAL SYMBOL
"<END-OF-STATEMENT>". SOME SYMBOLS THAT MIGHT BE LEGAL ARE: INTO, USING

DSNH199I E DSNHPARS LINE 3376 COL 38 INVALID KEYWORD "FROM"; VALID
SYMBOLS ARE: <END-OF-STATEMENT>
DSNH080I E DSNHSM3D LINE 7577 COL 39 STRING VARIABLE "SQLBUFR2" IS
NOT "VARCHAR" TYPE
DSNH104I E DSNHPARS LINE 8626 COL 36 ILLEGAL SYMBOL ":". SOME
SYMBOLS THAT MIGHT BE LEGAL ARE: IS <HEXSTRING> <CHARSTRING> <GRA
PHSTRING>

DSNH199I E DSNHPARS LINE 8632 COL 36 INVALID KEYWORD "CONDITION";
VALID SYMBOLS ARE: IS <HEXSTRING> <CHARSTRING> <GRAPHSTRING>
DSNH521I W DSNHSM3 LINE 3376 COL 20 THE FETCH FOR CURSOR "ROWSET"
IS ASSUMED TO APPLY TO A DYNAMIC ALLOCATE CURSOR STATEMENT
DSNH050I I DSNHMAIN WARNINGS HAVE BEEN SUPPRESSED DUE TO LACK OF
TABLE DECLARATIONS

I confirmed that the subsystem is in NFM - DSNMSTR:
INFLIGHT=0, IN ABORT=0, POSTPONED ABORT=0
DSNG007I -DSNT DB2 CATALOG LEVEL (810) CODE LEVEL (810) MODE (N)
DSNR002I -DSNT RESTART COMPLETED

Any ideas ?

Thanks,


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