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Status Future consideration
Workspace Db2
Components Fluid Query
Created by Guest
Created on Nov 10, 2020

Implement SQLCODE mapping for Federated Stored Procedures

Db2 Connect provides SQLCODE mapping when connecting to a back-end Db2 z/OS database. Federation does not offer the same feature, instead translating user-driven SQL errors to SQL1822N (SQLCODE -1822). When invoking a Db2 z/OS federated stored procedure through LUW, a different SQLCODE is returned to the calling application vs. calling the same stored procedure directly on Db2 z/OS.

Needed by Date Dec 25, 2020
  • Guest
    Nov 10, 2020

    Specific use-case is Db2 z/OS stored procedure issues a SIGNAL SQLSTATE, returning SQLCODE -438 or +438 on Db2 z/OS (and would also on Db2 LUW, if created locally). However, the federation server translates the -438 to -1822 as an unknown SQLCODE. This does not provide compatibility for the calling application.