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-29033  - Informix GLS locale could not be loaded: localename, errno, locale-file-name. IBM
localename The name of the Informix GLS locale that could not be loaded. The value for localename must be of the format language_territory.codeset. errno A number that indicates the specific reason that the Informix GLS locale could not be loaded. locale-file-name The subdirectory and filename (for example, /en_US/0333.lco) of the Informix GLS locale file that could not be loaded. language A two-letter lowercase abbreviation for the language name. territory A two-letter uppercase abbreviation for the territory name. codeset The name of the character code set for the locale. Valid values for the codeset field are registered in the $INFORMIXDIR/gls/cm/REGISTRY file. The values are character strings that describe the code set. However, if a codeset field value is an integer in the range from 1 to 65,535, it is an acceptable value even if it is not in the REGISTRY file. An attempt to load the Informix GLS locale that localename specified failed for the reason that errno indicates, as follows: 6 The locale specification localename is in a bad format. The Gateway administrator must correct this specification. 7 The locale file that locale-file-name specified does not exist. If the appropriate directory (see the following paragraph) does not contain the locale file that the subdirectory and filename that locale-file-name specified, this Informix GLS locale is not available. Read your Informix product documentation to ensure that you sp
ecified the Informix GLS localename correctly (using environment variables or other mechanisms that the documentation describes). The Informix GLS localename might be incorrectly specified or might be equivalent to another Informix GLS locale that is available. If the subdirectory and filename that locale-file-name specified exist, verify that your product was installed correctly so that the Informix GLS locale file can be located. Specifically, ensure that the GL_PATH environment variable is set (or not set) according to the Gateway installation instructions: If GL_PATH is not set, verify that the subdirectory and file that locale-file-name specifies are in the $INFORMIXDIR/gls/lc directory. If GL_PATH is set, verify that the subdirectory and filename that locale-file-name specifies are in one of the directories that the GL_PATH environment variable specifies. 10 The locale file that locale-file-name specified is not a locale file. The locale file that locale-file-name specified is not an Informix GLS locale file, or it has been corrupted. Check that you are using the locale file that your Informix product supplier provided. Refresh the file from the original installation file if it has been corrupted. 11 The locale object is inconsistent. The locale object is not consistent. For example, the same code set is not being used in each locale category. Contact your Informix
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-926  - INFORMIX-OnLine is not licensed for distributed data access. IBM
This statement refers to a database in a different database server (for example, by qualifying the name of a table with dbname@sitename:table). However, this version is not licensed for such use. With this version, you can refer only to tables in databases that are all on the same database server. Contact your Informix representative about upgrading this database server to full INFORMIX-STAR status. If you believe that you have INFORMIX-STAR installed, check the contents of the INFORMIXDIR environment variable. If you are using INFORMIX-OnLine for NetWare, you cannot access tables or databases on remote systems unless you have INFORMIX-NET PC.
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-924  - INFORMIX is not licensed to access the specified database server. IBM
If you have installed an INFORMIX-NET NET station package only on your client computer, you cannot access locally resident databases. If the database that you are attempting to access is not locally resident, enter the command again and specify a site name with the database name, or set your DBPATH environment variable to indicate searches only in specific sites. If you want to use your Informix product to access both local and remote databases, please contact your Informix representative for details on purchasing the appropriate Informix product.
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-599  - Cannot mix Dynamic Server or INFORMIX-OnLine syntax with INFORMIX-SE syntax. IBM
Syntax specific to Informix Dynamic Server or INFORMIX-OnLine Dynamic Server and to the INFORMIX-SE database server was mixed in the same statement. Use the appropriate syntax for your database server.
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-29011  - SNA communication error. Informix-SQLCODE,native-SNA-rc: Informix-communication-SQLCODE,native-SNA-return-code. IBM
An Informix communication-related SQLCODE and a hexadecimal native SNA service return code are returned as a token in SQLERRM. The Informix communication-related SQLCODE is a platform-independent return code that the Informix communication adaptation service generates. Refer to the explanation of this SQLCODE for a more specific description of the error. The native SNA service return code is a return code generated by the local SNA service that provides the SNA support on each particular platform. Refer to the manufacturer's documentation for the SNA support that provides the underlying communication service for an explanation of this return code. Ensure that the native SNA/APPC service is installed correctly. Check that all the required SNA daemon processes (if any) are running. Also check that the connection file for the target RDB is set up correctly. In a Sun environment, also check that the Sun APPC Gateway is set up correctly.
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-29087  - Network Protocol Communication error. Informix-SQLCODE,native-protocol-rc: code IBM
An Informix communications-related SQLCODE value and a hexadecimal native-network protocol return code are returned as a token in SQLERRM. Informix-SQLCODE is a platform-independent return code that the Informix communications adaptation service generates. For a more specific description of the error, refer to the explanation of this SQLCODE value. The native-protocol-rc value is a return code generated by the local network communications service that provides the protocol support on each particular platform. For an explanation of this return code, refer to the manufacturer's documentation for the protocol support that provides the underlying communications service. Ensure that the native-network communications service is installed correctly and that the target AS is configured correctly and is currently running. Example: If the communications protocol is TCP/IP, then the native-protocol-rc value is the return code that the local TCP/IP service generates.
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-923  - INFORMIX is not licensed to access the current database server only. IBM
This version of the Informix product is not licensed for network use. Locate the version of the software that is licensed for use with INFORMIX-STAR or INFORMIX-NET, and reset your INFORMIXDIR environment variable and the SQLEXEC environment variable (for database servers prior to Version 6.0) to point to it.
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-915  - Cannot create an INFORMIX-SE database from an Informix Dynamic Server 2000 client. IBM
This CREATE DATABASE statement cannot be carried out because the database server on your workstation and the one in the other computer system are different products: one is INFORMIX-SE and the other is another Informix database server. You can manipulate databases in this configuration, but you cannot create one. To create a database, either start the same product in both locations, or run this statement locally on the other computer system.
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-915  - Cannot create an INFORMIX-SE database from a Dynamic Server or INFORMIX-OnLine client. IBM
This CREATE DATABASE statement cannot be carried out because the database server on your workstation and the one in the other computer system are different products: one is INFORMIX-SE and the other is another Informix database server. You can manipulate databases in this configuration, but you cannot create one. To create a database, either start the same product in both locations, or run this statement locally on the other computer system. The SQLEXEC environment variable determines which database server your application uses (for database servers prior to Version 6.0).
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-599  - Cannot mix Informix Dynamic Server 2000 syntax with INFORMIX-SE syntax. IBM
Syntax specific to Informix Dynamic Server 2000 and to the INFORMIX-SE database server was mixed in the same statement. Use the appropriate syntax for your database server.
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