If you try to use tablename.* syntax in a parameterized query with the OLE DB Provider for DB2 (DB2OLEDB), the query is unsuccessful and you always receive the following error message:
SQLSTATE: 07001, SQLCODE: -313
For example, the following SQL statement is unsuccessful:
SELECT e.* FROM LIBNAME.PUBLISHERS p, LIBNAME.EMPLOYEE e WHERE e.PUB_ID = p.PUB_ID AND p.STATE = ?
In contrast, the following SQL statement is successful (the only difference is in the SELECT clause):
SELECT * FROM LIBNAME.PUBLISHERS p, LIBNAME.EMPLOYEE e WHERE e.PUB_ID = p.PUB_ID AND p.STATE = ?
If you view a Network Monitor capture of the problem, you can see that the OLE DB Provider for DB2 does not send a SQLDTA command to the target DB2 system that contains the parameter information.
The OLE DB Provider for DB2 SQL parser does not correctly handle the tablename.* syntax.
Service pack information
To resolve this problem, obtain the latest service pack for Microsoft Host Integration Server 2000. For more information, click the following article number to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
328152 How to obtain the latest service pack for Host Integration Server 2000
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Microsoft has confirmed that this is a problem in the Microsoft products that are listed in the "Applies to" section.
This problem was corrected in Microsoft Host Integration Server 2000 Service Pack 2.
To work around this problem, use an alternative to the tablename.* syntax. The asterisk ( *) syntax will return all fields from all tables used in the query, or the field names can be specifically referenced. For example (shown in the following SQL Statement):
SELECT e.AU_LNAME, e.AU_FNAME, e.AU_ID FROM LIBNAME.PUBLISHERS p, LIBNAME.EMPLOYEE e WHERE e.PUB_ID = p.PUB_ID AND p.STATE = ?
The SQLSTATE:07001, SQLCODE:-313 error has the following meaning on DB2/400:
SQL0313 SQLCODE -313 SQLSTATE 07001, 07004 Explanation: Number of host variables not valid.