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Help with UDB and MQSeries. Can't use the UDF wizard to create MQ UDFs

Hi All;
I'm trying to get some of the samples that are amply illustrated in
multiple docs to work. When I try to create a Warehouse Center view
"...for MQ Series messages" or use the UDF wizard in Development
Center, I get the following error/warning:
-------------------------------------------------------------------------
MQSeries Integration Functions could not be found on the target
database.

To run the DB2 table UDFs built by this wizard, the MQSeries
Integration Functions must be installed.
--------------------------------------------------------------------------

Clear enough, but how do I install the MQSeries Integration Functions?
I have looked at all install options for DB2 UDB 8.1.2 (NT) Personal
Developer Edition and can't find reference to the above anywhere. Is
this something that is only bundled with another edition? I've scoured
the doc and ibm.com to the best of my ability...

Can anyone help me connect the dots? Thanks!

Pete H
Nov 12 '05 #1
4 1880
Has anyone succesfully created and used the MQSeries UDFs provided in
UDB V8? Can you help me with the problem below? I don't know how to
get the "MQSeries Integration Functions" installed.

Pete H
ph******@intellicare.com (Pete H) wrote in message news:<d2**************************@posting.google. com>...
Hi All;
I'm trying to get some of the samples that are amply illustrated in
multiple docs to work. When I try to create a Warehouse Center view
"...for MQ Series messages" or use the UDF wizard in Development
Center, I get the following error/warning:
-------------------------------------------------------------------------
MQSeries Integration Functions could not be found on the target
database.

To run the DB2 table UDFs built by this wizard, the MQSeries
Integration Functions must be installed.
--------------------------------------------------------------------------

Clear enough, but how do I install the MQSeries Integration Functions?
I have looked at all install options for DB2 UDB 8.1.2 (NT) Personal
Developer Edition and can't find reference to the above anywhere. Is
this something that is only bundled with another edition? I've scoured
the doc and ibm.com to the best of my ability...

Can anyone help me connect the dots? Thanks!

Pete H

Nov 12 '05 #2
Last plea for help. Thanks!

Pete H
ph******@intellicare.com (Pete H) wrote in message news:<d2**************************@posting.google. com>...
Hi All;
I'm trying to get some of the samples that are amply illustrated in
multiple docs to work. When I try to create a Warehouse Center view
"...for MQ Series messages" or use the UDF wizard in Development
Center, I get the following error/warning:
-------------------------------------------------------------------------
MQSeries Integration Functions could not be found on the target
database.

To run the DB2 table UDFs built by this wizard, the MQSeries
Integration Functions must be installed.
--------------------------------------------------------------------------

Clear enough, but how do I install the MQSeries Integration Functions?
I have looked at all install options for DB2 UDB 8.1.2 (NT) Personal
Developer Edition and can't find reference to the above anywhere. Is
this something that is only bundled with another edition? I've scoured
the doc and ibm.com to the best of my ability...

Can anyone help me connect the dots? Thanks!

Pete H

Nov 12 '05 #3
In article <d2**************************@posting.google.com >, Pete H
(ph******@intellicare.com) says...
Last plea for help. Thanks!

Pete H
ph******@intellicare.com (Pete H) wrote in message news:<d2**************************@posting.google. com>...
Hi All;
I'm trying to get some of the samples that are amply illustrated in
multiple docs to work. When I try to create a Warehouse Center view
"...for MQ Series messages" or use the UDF wizard in Development
Center, I get the following error/warning:
-------------------------------------------------------------------------
MQSeries Integration Functions could not be found on the target
database.

To run the DB2 table UDFs built by this wizard, the MQSeries
Integration Functions must be installed.
--------------------------------------------------------------------------

Clear enough, but how do I install the MQSeries Integration Functions?
I have looked at all install options for DB2 UDB 8.1.2 (NT) Personal
Developer Edition and can't find reference to the above anywhere. Is
this something that is only bundled with another edition? I've scoured
the doc and ibm.com to the best of my ability...

Can anyone help me connect the dots? Thanks!

Pete H


Maybe you can find something on http://tinyurl.com/4zcfp
Nov 12 '05 #4
Hi Gert;
Thanks for the link. There were a couple of articles that mentioned
that the functions are enabled via DB2 XML Extender, so I'll follow
that trail. Thanks again!

Pete H
Gert van der Kooij <ge**@invalid.nl> wrote in message news:<MP************************@news.xs4all.nl>.. .
In article <d2**************************@posting.google.com >, Pete H
(ph******@intellicare.com) says...
Last plea for help. Thanks!

Pete H
ph******@intellicare.com (Pete H) wrote in message news:<d2**************************@posting.google. com>...
Hi All;
I'm trying to get some of the samples that are amply illustrated in
multiple docs to work. When I try to create a Warehouse Center view
"...for MQ Series messages" or use the UDF wizard in Development
Center, I get the following error/warning:
-------------------------------------------------------------------------
MQSeries Integration Functions could not be found on the target
database.

To run the DB2 table UDFs built by this wizard, the MQSeries
Integration Functions must be installed.
--------------------------------------------------------------------------

Clear enough, but how do I install the MQSeries Integration Functions?
I have looked at all install options for DB2 UDB 8.1.2 (NT) Personal
Developer Edition and can't find reference to the above anywhere. Is
this something that is only bundled with another edition? I've scoured
the doc and ibm.com to the best of my ability...

Can anyone help me connect the dots? Thanks!

Pete H


Maybe you can find something on http://tinyurl.com/4zcfp

Nov 12 '05 #5

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