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I tried to implement a trigger to update nicknames but received the following error. Without this function, the following design is not possible, I have to put the reporting and online schema into 1 database if I want to use triggers for synchronization. Thank you!
Online changes -> Trigger -> update the <remote> reporting databases.
Error: SQL30090N Operation invalid for application execution environment. Reason code = "22". LINE NUMBER=1. SQLSTATE=25000
A federated insert, update, or delete operation, or a call to federated procedure with an SQL data access indication of MODIFIES SQL DATA is invalid in a function, a data-change-table-reference, a dynamic compound statement, a trigger, and an application execution environment where a
* SAVEPOINT is in effect
* scrollable cursor is used
* target view contains multiple tables or nicknames
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