Return Codes

The return code of programms calling the IBM database DB2 is stored in the field SQLCODE of its SQLCA area. You can find a detailed explanation of SQLCODE's meaning at: DB2 return codes.

During the initial phase of the SQL standard SQLCODE was a part of it. But over time it was replaced by the more detailed SQLSTATE.


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