• Subject: DB2/400 limit: 32 tables in one SELECT
  • From: Wiesmayr Rudolf <Rudolf.Wiesmayr@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 22 May 1998 13:47:48 +0200

Hi MidRangers!

One of our programmers fell over a restriction of DB2/400:
SQL0129 = Not more than 32 tables allowed in a SELECT...

That was under V3R6.

Does anybody know if and when this limit will be raisen?

Regards,
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