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sql1042C / sql1036C on create database?

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Hi all,

We've recently installed a network drive that works fine (you can copy
data in/out). I am trying to create a database on it; the database
server is in another PC (Windows 2K, DB2 8.1). Using the Control
Center, I find the db server's instance and attempt to create the new
database on the network drive (the drive is mapped).
I get SQL1042C or SQL1036C errors.

I inspected the network drive; the following folders have been created:
DB2\NODE0000\SQLDBDIR

DB2\NODE0000\SQL00001

I've tried this on 2 different network drives and also the 8.2 tools.
Same results. However, if I attempt this on a regular remote drive (a
drive in a plain vanilla PC), it works.

Any hints? Thanks!

Nov 12 '05 #1
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