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    Unanswered: missing package

    I just installed db2 8.1 and fp 8.1.5 on a windows server 2003 machine. during the install database dwctrldb was created with no problem. now that all is installed when i try to crate a database i am getting the following error

    db2 => create database GWOLAPP on d: alias GWOLAPP
    SQL0805N Package "NULLID.SQLE2E08 0X4141414141464C54" was not found.
    SQLSTATE=51002
    db2 =>

    can someone tell me how to get around this?? i tried running binds but they say i have to be connected to the database first.

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    Where did you install the dwctrldb DB?

    Andy

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    it is in the same instance as the one i am trying to create.

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    I meant which disk drive?

    Andy

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    dwctrldb is on the d: drive also.

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    I am not 100% sure, but in Windows, you can only have 1 database per drive.

    Andy

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    i have never had a problem with a dozen or more on a drive

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    there is a bind i need to do somewhere

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    Quote Originally Posted by ricka49
    i have never had a problem with a dozen or more on a drive
    Like I said, I was not 100% sure.

    When did you create the dwctrldb DB, before or after the the fixpack?
    If before, did you do the post installation binds on it?

    (Sorry I am not a DB2 on Windows person).

    Andy

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    the binds are done after connecting to a base and i can't even build a base.

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    I suggest you open a PMR with IBM.

    Andy

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