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How do I resollve a [IBM][CLI Driver] CLI0125E  Function sequence error. SQLSTATE=HY010.

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I have a simple SQL that I want to explain using UDB Control Center command editor explain feature. Regardless of what environment that I tried (system test or product or UAT), I get error
"[IBM][CLI Driver] CLI0125E  Function sequence error. SQLSTATE=HY010" This error occur only when I tried to generate a visual explain of the access path. If run the SQL without asking for the e3xplain plan, the sql execute successfully. I am running DB2 UDBv8.2 fixpak 14.
How can I go about resolving this problem with control center explain functionality.
 
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by:ocgstyles
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Hi Enuda,

Try rebinding the following system package:

db2 ~/sqllib/bnd/db2schema.bnd blocking all grant public sqlerror continue

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Sorry, that should be:

db2 bind ~/sqllib/bnd/db2schema.bnd blocking all grant public sqlerror continue

Keith
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by:Enuda
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ocqstyles,
Thank you for your response. Your suggestion did solve my problem.

Again, thanks
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