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Is DB2 V 7.2 Fix pack 9 compatible with Visual Studio .NET 2003?

I try to generate the page within Visual Studio To confure the Adapter, I
have the error message

GENREATED UPDATE STATEMENT
Could not determine which columns uniquely identify the rows for "CUST".

GENERATED DELETE STATEMENT
Could not determine which columns uniquely identify the rows for "CUST".
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