My application accesses and manipulates data in DB2 on the iSeries. I encountered SQL error 7008; I then started...
to journal on the table, which maked the error re-occur. After that, everything runs well. But when I deploy the application on another server, the same error occurs but this time on another table. When must I journal a table? I don't care about backup and recovery -- my sole purpose is to have SQL run and not throw any exception. Journaling is required when the SQL isolation level or commitment control level is set to a value other than No Commit/*NONE. Using a value of No Commit/*NONE does prevent the application from being able to issue a Commit or Rollback.
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