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callerac value or response in REDIRECTED restore

Hi Kelly

This is from old response by you.

What is 'callerac' parameter in REDIRECTED restore, how can I provide
'callerac' value ?

Thanks,
VKG
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User Response:

Return to the utility with the callerac parameter indicating
processing to continue or end.

kdr
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Kelly D. Rodger IBM Canada
DB2 UDB Backup and Recovery Toronto Lab
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Nov 12 '05 #1
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'callerac' is explicitly specified only at the API level. If you are
doing your RESTORE using command-line invocation, then 'callerac' is being
set inside the DB2 command. In this case, it means you're issuing the
series of commands in an incorrect order. Most likely, you are trying to
initiate an RESTORE while there is already one in progress. If you
previously started a redirected RESTORE but never completed all stages of
it, you might have to do an ABORT of it before you can start a new RESTORE.
See the RESTORE command in the doc for exact syntax.
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IBM Workstation Database (DB2) Information Development, Samples Coordinator
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Hi Kelly

This is from old response by you.

What is 'callerac' parameter in REDIRECTED restore, how can I provide
'callerac' value ?

Thanks,
VKG
=====
User Response:

Return to the utility with the callerac parameter indicating
processing to continue or end.

kdr
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Kelly D. Rodger IBM Canada
DB2 UDB Backup and Recovery Toronto Lab
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