Doug, can you post the whole statement you are trying?


On Fri, Dec 13, 2019 at 3:11 PM <DEnglander@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

My server is on V7R3.

I am trying to create a table using SQL, with the default value of
"SESSION_USER". This is listed in the V7R3 manual on page 142. No matter
what I do, the DDL will not compile. As soon as I remove that one line,
all is fine.

syusersess varchar(128) not null with default session_user);

This is the message I am getting:

Position 62 Token ) was not valid. Valid tokens: . /.

Is there a PTF needed to support this special register? Can it be used
with a CREATE TABLE statement?

Thank you,


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