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does not have the privilege to perform operation "EXECUTE" on object "NULLID.SYSSH200".  SQLSTATE=42501

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Hi,

 I am trying to execure a SELECT query thru my java application connecting to DB2 database, which is in AIX machine.
When i try to execute a query from my java application it's giving the following exception

does not have the privilege to perform operation "EXECUTE" on object "NULLID.SYSSH200".  SQLSTATE=42501

What could be the problem?

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Lowfatspread earned 50 total points
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it sounds like your level of  access software has not been bound ....

speak to you DBA...



 
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by:mvkraju
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i spoke to him,
he said that he did everything what he could at his side.
He believes it's problem with my db2java.zip or db2jcc.jar files
which i use at client side for drivers.


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by:mvkraju
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O.K. yes it's admin side job.
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