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SQL0438N

Posted on 2006-11-01
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hi ee

  what does this error stand for. I couldnt find it on any reference clearly explained. In my scenario, I have a insert taking place for a field that doesnt allow nulls and the value I am inserting is a null. But for inserting a null in a nonnullable field there is another SQLcode thats raised as far as i know. Please educate

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hi

here is the explanation for this code


SQL0438N Application raised error with diagnostic text:
          "<text>".

Explanation:

This error or warning occurred as a result of execution of the
RAISE_ERROR function or the SIGNAL SQLSTATE statement in a
trigger.  An SQLSTATE value that starts with '01' or '02'
indicates a warning.

User Response:

See application documentation.

 sqlcode :  -438, +438

 sqlstate :  application-defined


i guess that you are using a trigger to perform your insert, and in the trigger you catch the exception and use a sql SIGNAL command in order to raise an error
is that true ?
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ya , thanx
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