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  1. #1
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    Red face Unanswered: Sql30081n

    Hi,
    I have a problem connecting to our DB on OS/390 through a thin client.
    If I choose to connect from the client directly to the MF, it works fine.
    If I choose to connect the DB through the server (and it will connect the MF) I get a communication error SQL30081N with codes '*','11004','*'.

    Does anyone know what can I do with that ?
    Thanks...

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    Re: Sql30081n

    Originally posted by maayanp
    If I choose to connect the DB through the server
    Hi,

    Are you trying to connect to your database from your local pc to DB2 OS/390 via another pc server?

    If you would like to to the above you must have an Enterprice Connect on this pc server.

    Hope this helps,
    Grofaty

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    Re: Sql30081n

    When i connect from my PC through another server it works.
    That means my problem is somewhere in the server...
    Any idea ?

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    Re: Sql30081n

    The tcpip error '11004' corresponds to 'getservbyname' failed, which means your node config has a problem .

    I can assume that the Service Name you specified in your db2 catalog node command is not found in the services file on your server ...

    The services file on WinNT range is in

    C:\WINNT\SYSTEM32\drivers\etc

    and in /etc on Unix machines ...



    HTH

    Cheers

    Sathyaram

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    Re: Sql30081n

    Thanks, but -
    I don't have a service name in the node definition not in the server that works, and not in the server that doesn't work.

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    Re: Sql30081n

    I'm not sure what you mean (Sorry )

    Can you post the node directory listing of the problematic node ...

    Cheers

    Sathyaram

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    Satyaram,

    How and where does one look up the specific tcpip errors?

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    /usr/include/sys/errno.h is the file you need to look at ...

    Message Ref 2 (v7.2) , Appendix A gives a partial list of errors ...

    But, most of the time, I do a google search ... (Easy, you see)

    Cheers

    Sathyaram


    Originally posted by cchattoraj
    Satyaram,

    How and where does one look up the specific tcpip errors?

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