DB2 connector messages

This message reference includes the messages that are returned by various components of the DB2 connector.

You must be familiar with the functions of the operating system where the DB2 connector is installed. You can use the information in this message reference to identify an error or warning and resolve the problem by using the appropriate recovery action. You can also use this information to understand where the messages are generated and logged.

The parallel engine generates messages that relate to errors that occur during installation, file writing and reading, and general product usage. The message information describes the types of errors, explains why they occurred, and provides solutions to them.

Each message has a message identifier that consists of a prefix (IIS) and a message number. Messages are listed in numeric sequence based upon the message number. There are three message types: Error, Warning, and Informational. Message identifiers ending with an E are error messages. Those ending with a W indicate warning. Messages ending in an I indicates informational messages.

The symbol {0} appears throughout the messages, and indicates a variable that is returned by the code. This variable represents either a value or a property that is specific to the generated message.

You can view complete error details in the log file in the IBM® InfoSphere™ DataStage® and QualityStage™ Director client.