MOD-00001 unable to open file string

Cause: SQL*Module was unable to open a temporary file for internal use. There might be insufficient disk space, too many files, or read-only protection on the output directory.

Action: Check that there is enough disk space, that the limit for open files is set high enough (check with the system manager) and that protection on the directory allows opening a file for writing.

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MOD-00002 invalid syntax at column number in line number of file string

Cause: There is a syntax error in the SQL statement or the statement is not properly terminated in the module file.

Action: Correct the syntax of the SQL statement. If the error occurred at the end of the input file, check that the last SQL statement is properly terminated.

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MOD-00003 invalid SQL Identifier at column number in line number of file string

Cause: The symbol in a SQL descriptor is invalid.

Action: Check the statement syntax and spelling of the identifier and check that a reserved word was not accidentally used. If necessary, define the identifier in the declaration section of the module file.

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MOD-00004 unsupported datatype in line number of file string

Cause: A host variable defined in the procedure definition of the module file has an unsupported datatype or has a scale or precision outside the supported range.

Action: Redefine the host variable using a supported datatype. Check that the scale and precision of a numeric variable are in the accepted range.

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MOD-00006 invalid host variable at column number in line number of file string

Cause: A host variable used in SQL statement was not defined in the procedure definition or has an unsupported datatype.

Action: Declare the host variable in the procedure definition of the module file, making sure it has one of the supported datatypes.

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