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"Rob Worley" <rob.worleybtopenworld.com> a écrit dans le message de
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> Hopefully this is the right place to post this message...
> I'm involved in a technical evaluation of the new .NET managed data
> provider. Having downloaded the personal edition of DB2 Connect and
> successfully created and tested a connection to our development AS/400
> the Configuration Assistant, I found that I was unable to establish a
> connection using the Visual Studio add-in. The add-in didn't provide any
> specific error message.
> I then tried using Control Center to list the tables on the AS/400 and
> it is able to connect to the machine and enumerate instances and
> it always generates the following error message when trying to list the
> tables in the database I'm interested in.
> [IBM][CLI Driver][AS] SQL0805N Package "SYSSH200 " was
> found. SQLSTATE=51002
> I then tried to run a SQL SELECT query against one of the tables I know
> exists in the database by using the managed data provider
> This generated an exception with the above message.
> The fact that the standard DB2 Connect tools fail to work lead me to
> that the problem isn't specific to the .NET managed provider. I've passed
> the information to our AS/400 guys but they've been unable to help me so
> far. Can anyone here provide any suggestions that I can pass on to them?
> The AS/400 is running OS/400 version 4 release 5 modification 0 and I'm
> running DB2 Connect version 8 fix pack 3. Could this be caused by a
> mismatch? As you probably guessed by now, I'm no AS/400 expert!
> Thanks in advance for any help you're able to offer,
> Rob Worley