Error Code CWBDB0014

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IBM iSeries
V4R3
V5R3
I have a system running OS level V4R3 and using Client Accesss V5R3 when I try using data transfer to iseiries I'm encoutering the error CWBDB0014, is my CA still supported with my current OS level?

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Hello,

See this IBM website for a fix…

http://www-1.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=nas23d881c32e2f9e83486256edf00513b1f

Good Luck

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  • TomLiotta
    ...is my CA still supported with my current OS level? Yes and no. If you have a V5R3 system to apply the PTF referenced in the 'Answer' (preferably one of the supersedes), you might be able to update your V5R3 client afterwards. And it might fix the DB issue when connecting to V4R3 -- it will depend whether the cause is truly on the server or it's in the formatting of the request to the server. A V5R3 client can communicate for some functions back to V4R3. Tom .
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