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  • Meet Art S. Kagel, President & Principal Consultant at ASK Database Management Corp., and has been an IBM Champion since the inception of the program! With a passion for technology and a deep love for IBM Informix, Art shares his insights, experiences, ...

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  • nformix, a relational database management system (RDBMS), has been a significant player in the database landscape for several decades. However, in the face of rapidly advancing technologies and emerging trends, it is worth exploring whether Informix is ...

  • nformix, a popular relational database management system (RDBMS) developed by IBM, offers robust features for data storage and retrieval. However, like any software system, Informix has its own set of weaknesses that can impact performance, scalability, ...

  • As technology landscapes evolve, organizations often find the need to migrate their databases to align with changing requirements. If you're currently utilizing IBM DB2 and considering a migration to Informix Database, this article will guide you through ...

  • Informix, a powerful database management system, is widely used in various industries for its performance and reliability. However, like any complex software, it is not immune to errors. In this technical blog, we will explore some famous errors encountered ...

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  • Just a memory issue, if it is repeatable I would separate into separate SQLs (if possible). You are not going to get IBM to fix this, but might be a known stack Cheers Paul On 3/1/2024 9:32 AM, Dennis Melnikov ...

  • Hi, IBM Informix Dynamic Server Version 11.70.FC5XE We got the following warnings: 17:58:53 Assert Warning: Memory block header corruption detected in mt_realloc 2 17:58:53 IBM Informix Dynamic Server Version 11.70.FC5XE 17:58:53 Who: Session(5284871, ...

  • You may want to remove the space after your table name because there might be other characters there, or nothing. Also this is not a case insensitive search - so you may consider using, for example, UPPER(sqx_sqlstatement) and a capitalized "*TABLE*" ...

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