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SQLCODE SQL0302N should give hint which parameter is too long.
Scenario: prepared statements Error: host variable too long Problem: SQL0302N should give a hint which parameter is affected.
Details: Using prepared statements with parameter markers such as INSERT INTO TESTTAB (COL1, COL2) VALUES (?, ?)"); DB2 throws SQN0302N if a value of a host variable does not fit into the DB2 column. SQL0302N on LUW does not give a hint which column is affected (which host variable was too long). SQL0302N on z/OS does.
SQL0302N The value of a host variable in the EXECUTE or OPEN statement is out of range for its corresponding use. SQLSTATE=22001
For statements not using parameter markers DB2 throws SQL0433N which is easier to debug: INSERT INTO TESTTAB (COL1, COL2) VALUES (91, 'TooLongggggggggggggggggg') SQL0433N Value "TooLongggggggggggggggggg" is too long. SQLSTATE=22001
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