Not to imply one should be [a]shamed for asking.... but IMO, the syntax diagrams and explanations for each element should be sufficient enough that one should not need not call for support. From the docs, it seems obvious to me that argument-01, being the "encrypted-date" as the first element after the opening parenthesis, needs to be declared as binary:


An expression that must be a string expression that returns a complete, encrypted data value of a CHAR FOR BIT DATA, VARCHAR FOR BIT DATA, BINARY, VARBINARY, or BLOB built-in data type. The data string must have been encrypted using the ENCRYPT_RC2 or ENCRYPT_TDES function.

If there is something about the documentation for which the requirement is unclear, there is a _Send feedback_ link at the top of almost every page within InfoCenter whereby suggestions on improvements can easily be made. The procedures at the receiving end, include a reply\response to the submitted feedback.

Regards, Chuck

On 27 Apr 2012 11:57, Chris Bipes wrote:
I get the same results on our system at V6R1. Google and digging found this:

"I tried what you did and got the same error. I called IBM Software
support and was told that you have to use CHAR FOR BIT DATA, VARCHAR
FOR BIT DATA, BINARY, VARBINARY or BLOB fields rather than a simple
CHAR field. <<SNIP>>

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