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    Unanswered: Error in rebind

    In one of the jobs, I have bind cards for rebinding packages. Few packages rebound successfully. But few thrown the follwoing error.

    A PREVIOUS AND/OR ORIGINAL PACKAGE COPY WAS NOT
    CREATED/REPLACED BECAUSE THE CURRENT PACKAGE COPY WAS
    INVALID.

    I am not sure whether this is valid one and under what circumstances this error is displayed.

    Thank you

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    which platform ? any specific list to rebind or user packages ?
    please be more specific and supply as much detail as possible
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    From the DB2 9 for z/OS "Messages" manual (http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/infoce...dsnm1k14.pdf):

    DSNT219I
    REBIND FOR PACKAGE = package_name SUCCEEDED BUT A PREVIOUS AND/OR ORIGINAL PACKAGE COPY WAS NOT CREATED/REPLACED BECAUSE THE CURRENT PACKAGE COPY WAS INVALID.

    Explanation:
    When a REBIND PACKAGE command is invoked on an invalid package, any PLANMGMT= BASIC or PLANMGMT=EXTENDED options are ignored. Any previously existing or original copies are not modified.

    System action:
    Command processing terminates.

    Operator response:
    Remove the conflicting bind options and invoke the command again.
    --_Peter Vanroose,
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