COBDB0002 - COBDB0013
Lists the DB2 ECM error messages from COBDB0002 through COBDB0013.
COBDB0002 token is badly defined.
The preprocessor has encountered a problem with one of the following: SQLCA copybook, SQLCODE field, SQLSTATE field, or MFSQLMESSAGETEXT field.
COBDB0003 Program contains more than one definition of field-name
More than one definition exists for one or more of the following fields: SQLCA, SQLCODE, SQLSTATE or MFSQLMESSAGETEXT.
COBDB0004 Nested or multi-source programs not allowed.
You are trying to compile a program that is nested or multi-source. This is not supported.
COBDB0005 An error occurred when processing the internal dictionary.
A system error has occurred when the preprocessor attempted to create an internal dictionary of all host variables used in the program.
COBDB0006 Required DB software token could not be found.
The required IBM DB2 system software was not installed.
COBDB0007 Source file name is invalid.
A system error has occurred. The source file name passed to the preprocessor is not valid.
COBDB0008 MF DB2 Connect program missing or invalid.
To compile your program, the preprocessor must connect to a DB2 database. The preprocessor uses the
DB2 Connect program to do this. The program was not found, was damaged, or is an old version.
COBDB0009 MF DB2 Connect program reported error condition token.
To compile your program, the preprocessor must connect to a DB2 database. The preprocessor uses the Micro Focus DB2 Connect program to do this. An unexpected SQL error was reported when attempting to connect.
COBDB0010 DB2 rejected an unspecified option.
An SQLCODE of -4905 was reported when processing the DB2 compiler directive options specified.
COBDB0011 No database name was specified.
Either you did not specify a database name in your project, or you have not set the DB2DBDFT environment variable to specify a database name.
COBDB0012 Functionality only supported in 32-bit mode
The functionality built into your program or application is supported when running in 32-bit mode only.
COBDB0013 Invalid directive token. IBM supports only precompiled code running as native code.
You have specified the compiler directive to compile a native application, or you have specified DB2 compiler directive options to compile a
code application. DB2 is supported for native applications only.
DB2 ECM Error Messages