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nodes can not be uncataloged

I work with DB2 Connect Personal Edition 7.1.
I have cataloged 3 nodes and 3 databases.
"list node directory" shows 11 nodes more, which can not be
uncataloged. "uncatalog node <nodename>" returns SQL1021N, I can only
uncatalog my own 3 nodes without error. When I open the Control
Center, I see those 11 nodes (plus the 3, that I have cataloged). I
removed them, but after rebooting the machine, they were there again.
This problem only occurs with the domain user (the domain user is in
the local group 'Administrators'). All other (local) users on this
machine do not see those unnecessary nodes, they just see the 3.
Where are those nodes stored? I the "sqlnodir" I can only find my own
nodes.
Nov 12 '05 #1
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In article <64**************************@posting.google.com >, Stefan
Reinsch (sr******@gmx.de) says...
I work with DB2 Connect Personal Edition 7.1.
I have cataloged 3 nodes and 3 databases.
"list node directory" shows 11 nodes more, which can not be
uncataloged. "uncatalog node <nodename>" returns SQL1021N, I can only
uncatalog my own 3 nodes without error. When I open the Control
Center, I see those 11 nodes (plus the 3, that I have cataloged). I
removed them, but after rebooting the machine, they were there again.
This problem only occurs with the domain user (the domain user is in
the local group 'Administrators'). All other (local) users on this
machine do not see those unnecessary nodes, they just see the 3.
Where are those nodes stored? I the "sqlnodir" I can only find my own
nodes.


I'm not sure but could those nodes be cataloged in the LDAP
directory?
Nov 12 '05 #2

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