There's something odd here because if DB2_I5_NAMING_ON is active, then it should only be accepting / as the qualifier. That suggests to me that you haven't succeeded in setting it correctly but I'm darned if I can spot the "deliberate mistake".

This is the way I set options.

$options = array('i5_naming' => DB2_I5_NAMING_ON, 'i5_libl' => 'MYLIB1 MYLIB2' );

The do:

$conn = db2_connect($database, $user, $password, $options);

Alan Seiden has a presentation on using DB2 tat covers a lot of the bits and pieces. Can't get to the latest version on his site right now but there is this version on Zend's site http://static.zend.com/topics/DB2-and-PHP-best-practices-on-IBM-i.pdf <http://static.zend.com/topics/DB2-and-PHP-best-practices-on-IBM-i.pdf> might be worth a read to find some hints.


Jon Paris

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On Aug 11, 2017, at 5:20 PM, Jason Aleksi <jason.aleski@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

I was wondering if someone could point me in a direction regarding a
db2_prepare statement. In my connection options, I specify a library list.
However, with or without the library list, I still have to fully qualify
the database name in the query. Otherwise, I get a db2_prepare():
Statement Prepare Failed in error.


$database['options'] = array('i5_libl' => 'CUSLIB',
'i5_naming' => 'DB2_I5_NAMING_ON'
);

$conn = db2_connect($database['server'],
$database['username'],
$database['password'],
$database['options']
);

if($conn){
print 'Connection successful.';

$params = array('123456789', 'MYLASTNAME');
$query = "SELECT count(*) FROM CUSLIB.CUSLOC WHERE locid = ? AND
lastname = ?";
$stmt = db2_prepare($conn, $query);

}else{
print 'Connection failed.';
}



Should I not be able to just use the library list without fully qualifying
the database in the SQL statement?

-JA-
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