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Brian, > Pasted at the end of this email... Very unhelpfully, the trace does not include the result of the insert into sessionlog. > The DB2 server is running on a separate AIX server. > I believe the DB2 server is version 8-something, Tony wrote that driver specifically for DB2 v9. An I suspect it will only work on that. > We are using unixODBC version 2.2.11 (the one that came with > the Redhat distribution), and iSQL is known to be working. As Tony wrote - DB2 v9 apparently only supports ODBC for connections, but v8 had its own protocol. So you are probably seeing a data type translation error in the ODBC<->DB2 v8 translation. If a commercial user purchases DB2 v8 support we'll charge a small additional fee which will cover our costs in licensing DB2 v8 and an AIX box for testing. Until then it is DB2 v9 linux/windows only. Regards, Arthur