I haven't used squirrel but try adding

toolbox trace=jdbc,trace=true

to the end of your URL so that it looks like:

jdbc:as400://12.345.678.90/jking1;toolbox trace=jdbc,trace=true

While this won't fix the problems, it should show you the SQL statement that
Squirrel is sending to the 400 that's generating the MCH1210 and that might
provide a clue as to what's going on. The trace shows up on System.out.

HTH,
Gary


-----Original Message-----
From: java400-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:java400-l-
bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of JK
Sent: Tuesday, June 21, 2011 3:23 PM
To: java400-l@xxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: JT400 - MCH1210 when refreshing Squirrel

All,



I?m having two problems configuring Squirrel which may or may not be
related. Recent installs of Java (ver 1.6.0_21) JTOPEN (7.4) and
Squirrel (3.2.1). I?m able to set the current lib via the jdbc connect
string and run SQL statements in Squirrel just fine. Connect string =
jdbc:as400://12.345.678.90/jking1.



The Object Tree isn?t being populated, though, and without that function
I?m still chained to the green-screen tools. I?ve experimented with the
Driver Properties ?database name? and ?Libraries? to no positive effect.



a) The Object Tree shows the main object categories: ALIAS,
SYSTEM_TABLE, TABLE, VIEW, etc, but each is category is empty. When I
select ?Connect database and refresh schema table? from the alias
properties, the log file records an MCH1210 error.



?2011-06-21 16:33:26,281 [AWT-EventQueue-1] ERROR
net.sourceforge.squirrel_sql.client.session.SessionManager - Failed to
get allowed Schemas java.sql.SQLException: [MCH1210] Receiver value too
small to hold result.



b) When I select one of the categories (say TABLE) and attempt to
?Refresh Item? or ?Refresh Tree and Cache?, the log file records a
different
error:



?2011-06-21 17:09:46,046 [AWT-EventQueue-1] ERROR
net.sourceforge.squirrel_sql.client.session.schemainfo.SchemaInfo -
Error loading uncached tables java.sql.SQLException: [SQL0199] Keyword
BY not expected. Valid tokens: < > = <> <= !< !> != >= ¬< ¬> ¬= IN IS
NOT LIKE BETWEEN.?



Is this a JT400 thing or is there some combination of Driver Properties
that I haven?t twigged to yet?



This Java novice has about reached the limits of his knowledge ? any
assistance would be appreciated!



JK

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