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I did a DSPMSGD RANGE(SQL7008) MSGF(QSQLMSG).  There are numerous things
that could be causing that message.  Look at this message carefully and
investigate all of the possibilities.  You might have to look at the job
log of the server job processing the script to see exactly which error is
occurring.  I am doubting that it is the journal option - code 3.  Because
you are doing an insert and nothing that would cause the described RI
constraints to kick in.  Those would normally kick in during a delete.

Rob Berendt
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"They that can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary
safety deserve neither liberty nor safety."
Benjamin Franklin




DaveBednarcik@westernunion.com
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04/17/2002 08:24 AM
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I am seeing this error message when I am trying to insert a record on  DB2
file via Lotus Script:

04/17/2002 09:08:52 AM  Addin: Agent 'Create Stat' error message: Error:
See SQL7008 for invalid state possibilities.  This error is most common
when the table is not journaled and no indication


Does anyone know how I can indiacte that the file is not Journaled in
Lotus
Script.

THanks,

Dave Bednarcik
Email: DaveBednarcik@WesternUnion.com
Work #: (201)263-5186
Fax # : (201)263-5455

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