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SQL PROCESSING WAS CANCELLED DUE TO AN INTERRUPT

Posted on 2004-08-29
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Hi,
     While i was trying to execute the sql query using db2 command from the unix script,i got the following error message
"SQL PROCESSING WAS CANCELLED DUE TO AN INTERRUPT"

What might be the problem??

TIA
-Pari.
   
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Usually, this msg means the USER cancelled the query...
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exactly correct, if while the script was running, you pressed ctrl z or any other key combination that sends the interrupt signal to the OS, db2 will try to cancel whatever it is doing and return this message. If you keep multiple windows open on your screen, make sure that the screen you want is active before issuing commands, you may think you are typing commands in one window but actually another window is really the active window.
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