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Query from View using iBatis

 
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I am using iBatis (2.5) with DB2 version 8.x and Spring 2.5. Is there any issue in querying a view (as opposed to table)? It is a very simple select as:




org.impl.CodeBean is a simple POJO with String attributes only with public getter and setter. StringTrimTypeHandler are custom code written.

My SQL are working when I am using table, as opposed to View.

When I call the above findAll from JUnit for View, I get exception as:



I must be missing something.

Query from View is supported in iBatis, correct?
 
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The view exists in DB2 for that schema. I can successfully run the generated SQL (that is generated by iBatuis by querying the View) in DB2 and get correct result.

While there is no table with the name V_MY_VIEW, there is view with the name V_MY_VIEW. The error code 42704 is thrown if table is not found. But the goal here is to run against the View and not the table.

I am not clear why 42704 error is thrown while I was primarily querying the view.
 
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