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debugging options don't show up for SQL stored procedures


I have no idea how DB2 was intalled on this here winders box (I know
it's at fixpack 5, only because I installed FP5).

We are connecting to a database on a Linux box, and building a SP
using the development centre. All goes well, and we can execute the
SP, but now we want to debug the SP and don't have the option "build
for debug" on this machine. It's grayed out.

What should I check to see if something has been overlooked in the
install/patch/screw-it-up process?

I seem to remember a similar situation in which a "Universal Debugger
Component" <-- Winnie the Pooh talk was required on the server?

Just pointing me to the correct part of the doc would do. I did a
search on IBM and either meesed up the search criterion, or was too
obtuse to gather any meaning from the abstracts. <blush>


Mairhtin O'Feannag
Nov 12 '05 #1
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