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SDO and auto increment keys in DB2

 
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Hi,

I'm using Relational Record component from Rational Application Developer, which uses SDO. I have a problem with regards to adding a new record.

In DB2, I've set my table to have an auto increment column. But for some reason, SDO is trying to set the value for that column, which gives me the following error SQLCODE -798.

Checking on the web, the error code means YOU CANNOT INSERT A VALUE INTO A COLUMN THAT IS DEFINED WITH THE OPTION GENERATED ALWAYS. COLUMN NAME.

How can I disable SDO so that it does not provide the value for the auto-generated column?
 
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If you can set the value to NULL, or drop the column from the SQL insert statement altogether, DB2 will take it.
 
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