No and No.
More info: We are on 7.1 TR6, but Work with PTF Groups shows some duplication that leads me to believe that something might be wrong. Particularly the DB2 group is on there twice, once at level 21, and once with level 23.
SF99710 12279 Installed <--- CUMULATIVE PTF PACKAGE C2279710
SF99710 13037 Installed <--- CUMULATIVE PTF PACKAGE C3037710
SF99709 77 Installed <--- GROUP HIPER
SF99709 85 Installed <--- GROUP HIPER
SF99708 26 Installed GROUP SECURITY
SF99707 5 Installed <--- TECHNOLOGY REFRESH
SF99707 6 Installed <--- TECHNOLOGY REFRESH
SF99705 4 Installed HARDWARE AND RELATED PTFS
SF99701 21 Installed <--- DB2 FOR IBM I
SF99701 23 Installed <--- DB2 FOR IBM I
SF99637 7 Installed DB2 WEB QUERY FOR IBM I V1.1.2
SF99627 8 Installed 7.1 ELECTRONIC SERVICES GROUP PTF
SF99572 12 Installed JAVA
Is this normal?
STAR BASE Consulting, Inc.
-----Mark S Waterbury <mark.s.waterbury@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: -----
To: Midrange Systems Technical Discussion <midrange-l@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
From: Mark S Waterbury <mark.s.waterbury@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: 03/12/2014 01:54PM
Subject: Re: Problem creating a view
Is there a QDFTJRN *DTAARA in this library where you are trying to
create this view?
Is this customer running a "high availability" or "disaster recovery"
product that might now require journaling of all tables (physical files)?
Hope that helps,
Mark S. Waterbury
On 3/12/2014 1:39 PM, Mark Murphy/STAR BASE Consulting Inc. wrote:
Let's get this out of the way first, V7.1 TR
I am having trouble creating a specific view. The error is CPF6968 Journal entry cannot be associated with file WBOODV100.
I can execute the select statement by itself, but when I add create or replace view to the front of it, I get the error.
Here is the sql:
create or replace view wboodv100
with openorders as (
select current_date as asofdate
, left(dcstkl,3) as dcplnt
where dcstat <> 'C')
select asofdate, dcplnt, sum(dcobal) as dcobal
group by asofdate, dcplnt;
Now I have seen this error before with other views, and if I drop the view before running the create, the error goes away, and I am able to create the view successfully. The difference here is that the view does not exist. It is normally a intermittent problem that I can get around. This time I can't seem to find the magic formula. I can and have created other views in the same library. This happens within Squirrel, System i Navigator, and on Green Screen SQL.
Error: [SQL0901] SQL system error.
I believe it is the same error.
Can anyone shed some light on this for me?
One more thing. There is no journal in BKNTEST, and the tables referenced in the view are not journaled. This has not been a problem before, or at least not one that stopped me from creating views.
STAR BASE Consulting, Inc.