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Unable to use NONRECOVERABLE option in a LOAD Command

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Hello all,
I am unable to use NONRECOVERABLE option in the following command. Could it be that I am using a virtual cursor file?
db2 => LOAD FROM LOAD_CUR2 OF CURSOR warningcount 20 REPLACE INTO DBLTDBA.RCATB_SMS_TBL2 NONRECOVERABLE;
SQL0104N  An unexpected token "NONRECOVERABLE;" was found following "<identifier>".  Expected tokens may include:  "(".  SQLSTATE=42601

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You load command looks good, i did a quick test. It works ok. How are you declaring your cursor?

declare c1 cursor for select COL1 from test1
DB20000I  The SQL command completed successfully.

load from c1 of cursor warningcount 20 replace into test nonrecoverable

  Agent Type     Node     SQL Code     Result
______________________________________________________________________________
  LOAD           001      +00000000    Success.
______________________________________________________________________________
  LOAD           002      +00000000    Success.
______________________________________________________________________________
  PARTITION      000      +00000000    Success.
______________________________________________________________________________
  RESULTS:       2 of 2 LOADs completed successfully.
______________________________________________________________________________

Summary of Partitioning Agents:
Rows Read                   = 2
Rows Rejected               = 0
Rows Partitioned            = 2

Summary of LOAD Agents:
Number of rows read         = 2
Number of rows skipped      = 0
Number of rows loaded       = 2
Number of rows rejected     = 0
Number of rows deleted      = 0
Number of rows committed    = 2


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