Thread: Error Message!
12-29-07, 12:36 #1Registered User
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- Dec 2007
Unanswered: Error Message!
I insert a data which is seems OK to me. I even tried to add data via Control Center instead of Command Editor. It won't accept my data and gave me error message i do not understand.
I altered this table few times before i insert data. How can i find out what CONSTRAINT on this table?
"Operation not allowed for reason code "7" on table
Access to table "<table-name>" is restricted. The cause is based on the
following reason codes "<reason-code>":
1 The table is in the Set Integrity Pending No Access state. The
integrity of the table is not enforced and the content of the
table may be invalid. An operation on a parent table or an
underlying table that is not in the Set Integrity Pending No
Access state may also receive this error if a dependent table
is in the Set Integrity Pending No Access state.
2 The table is in the No Data Movement state. When in this state,
operations that cause data movement are disallowed. Data
movement operations include REDISTRIBUTE, update of database
partitioning key, update of multi-dimensional clustering key,
update of range clustering key, update of data partitioning key
and REORG TABLE.
3 The table is in the Load Pending state. A previous LOAD attempt
on this table resulted in failure. No access to the table is
allowed until the LOAD operation is restarted or terminated.
4 The table is the Read Access state. This state can occur during
on-line LOAD processing (LOAD INSERT with the READ ACCESS
option), or after an on-line LOAD operation, but before all
constraints have been validated in the newly appended portion
of the table using the SET INTEGRITY statement. No update
activity is allowed on this table.
5 The table is in the Load In Progress state. The LOAD utility is
currently operating on this table, no access is allowed until
the LOAD is finished.
6 Materialized query tables that reference a nickname cannot be
refreshed in ESE.
7 The table is in the reorg pending state. This can occur after
an ALTER TABLE statement containing a REORG-recommended
8 The table is in the alter pending state. This can occur when
using the table in the same unit of work as an ALTER TABLE
statement containing a REORG-recommended operation.
9 The table is in Redistribute Pending state. The REDISTRIBUTE
utility is not completed on this table, no access is allowed
until the REDISTRIBUTE is finished.
1 Execute the SET INTEGRITY statement with the IMMEDIATE CHECKED
option on table "<table-name>" to bring the table out of the
Set Integrity Pending No Access state. For a user maintained
materialized query table, execute the statement with the
IMMEDIATE UNCHECKED option instead of the IMMEDIATE CHECKED
2 Execute REFRESH TABLE statement on the dependent immediate
materialized query tables and staging tables of table
"<table-name>". The contents of these dependent immediate
materialized query tables and staging tables can be
incrementally maintained from the appended data of
"<table-name>" through previous LOAD INSERT operations and from
the attached data of "<table-name>" through previous ALTER
TABLE statements with the ATTACH clause.
3 Restart or terminate the previously failed LOAD operation on
this table by issuing LOAD with the RESTART or TERMINATE option
4 Issue the LOAD QUERY command to check whether the table is in
the process of being loaded. If yes, wait until the LOAD
utility has completed, or if necessary, restart or terminate
previously failed LOAD operation. If LOAD is currently not in
progress, issue the SET INTEGRITY statement with the IMMEDIATE
CHECKED option, to validate constraints in the newly loaded
portion of the table.
5 Wait until the current LOAD operation has finished. You can use
the LOAD QUERY command to monitor the progress of load.
6 Define a materialized query table using the MAINTAIN BY USER
option. Then, use an INSERT statement with a subquery to
populate the materialized query table.
7 Reorganize the table using the REORG TABLE command (note that
INPLACE REORG TABLE is not allowed for a table that is in the
reorg pending state).
8 Complete the unit of work, and re-issue the command.
9 If the REDISTRIBUTE utility is working, wait until it finishes
working on the current table. You can use the LIST UTILITIES
command to monitor the progress of the REDISTRIBUTE utility. If
a previous REDISTRIBUTE operation failed and left the table in
this state, issue the REDISTRIBUTE utility again with the
CONTINUE or ABORT option and let it finish on this table.
12-29-07, 23:15 #2Registered User
- Join Date
- May 2003
Since you got a reason code 7, why don't you try user response 7?M. A. Feldman
IBM Certified DBA on DB2 for Linux, UNIX, and Windows
IBM Certified DBA on DB2 for z/OS and OS/390
01-01-08, 16:57 #3Registered User
- Join Date
- Jan 2007
- Jena, Germany
Just reorganize the table. If you don't know what reorganization will do and what it is good for, take a look at the manuals. Basic things like those are explained there in detail.Knut Stolze
IBM DB2 Analytics Accelerator
IBM Germany Research & Development