In order for QP to know that the query does or doesn't exceed the
threshholds, the query must be intercepted by QP and costed. I would
assume that the reason you are seeing that msg is that in order for this
to happen, the QP client is needed.
When I start the DB2 Query Patroller for UDB7.2, in a little query patroller
message box with the number "DB29701" on it, I get the error:
Class "java/security/PrivilegedAction" not found.
Please check your classpath.
Normally that file isn't on a classpath explicitly because its part of JRE
lib stuff, but since this error asked for it, I put the rt.jar file on my
classpath and I still get the same error. Also, I've looked for that error
code in the DB2 documentation, searched db2's online support as well as
google groups for it and I couldn't find any mention of it at all.
Has anyone seen this before or can tell my why it is complaining and wont