Hey Tommy,

I was saying that was the cause of it, but was just curious as to how
had the RDB set up for it and what the connection attributes were. Is
there an entry on the hosts table for the RDB name ? Just for
curiousity value :)

On Fri, Oct 5, 2012 at 10:09 AM, <Tommy.Holden@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
I can query the table on DBSTEST from the remote system so it's not the
RDB entry. Plus using DSPFD it shows the correct number of columns &
record length. If it weren't valid it wouldn't be able to query the table
at all, much less create a table (or half-way create one as the case may
be lol)

Tommy Holden

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