I had this problem on our development iSeries when I first got here.  The 
library QSYS2 was not in the system part of the library list..........I have no 
idea how or why, it's the way I inherited the system from the person I 
replaced.  I changed the sys val QSYSLIBL to include QSYS2 and the problem went 
away.

Might be worth checking.

Regards,

Mike Shaw
> I found one in QSYS2 library and looked at it.  It contains info about all
> the triggers created on the system.
> Accordingly, since SYSTRIGGER is part of system catalog the answer is YES,
> it should exist on your system.
> 

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