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  1. #1
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    Unanswered: The DDM parameter value is not supported during batch insert

    Hi

    Can anyone suggest what would be the cause of the below error:

    The DDM parameter value is not supported. DDM parameter code point having unsupported value : 0x2414.

    This error is coming during batch insert.We are using db2 9.7

    Thanks in advance

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    when do you get this error - what kind of operation ? application or command line
    some details of code and message returned : sqlstate - sqlmsg
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    The DDM parameter value is not supported

    We are doing batch insert ie., we will be having data in excel sheet and through application we are uploading to the db table.

    Through code,each time we are inserting 500 rows by looping.Excel sheet has more than 50 columns and 2000 rows.If we try to insert less columns ie., may be 20-25,its working fine.When we try to insert all columns we are getting the error

    No sqlstate message. Getting error as follows:

    ERROR (ToolsDataUploadBean.java:1404) - ToolsDataUploadBean--------->
    Error while Batch updatecom.ibm.db2.jcc.am.DisconnectRecoverableExce ption: Error for batch element #1: [jcc][t4][20107][11277][4.9.78]
    The DDM parameter value is not supported. DDM parameter code point having unsupported value : 0x2414.

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