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DB2 - Problem description

Problem IC64787 Status: Closed

IBM DATA SERVER DRIVER FOR JDBC 3 MAY NOT LOAD IN JRE 5.0+ WHEN USING
SECURITY MANAGER.

product:
DB2 FOR LUW / DB2FORLUW / 950 - DB2
Problem description:
All connectivity types: On IBM Data Server Driver for JDBC and 
SQLJ driver version 3.53.95 (which was bundled with DB2 for 
Linux,  Unix, and Windows v9.5 Fixpack 4) and above, a 
java.security.AccessControlException can occur when loading the 
JDBC driver The application must use the Java SecurityManager, 
and not allow reflection privileges to the application for the 
error to occur. 
 
When sending or receiving data as a  DECFLOAT data type, a 
java.security.AccessControlException may occur on all IBM Data 
Server Driver for JDBC and SQLJ driver versions 3.0+  and 
4.0-4.3.  Like the problem above, this exception can only occur 
when connecting to a database which supports the DECFLOAT data 
type while running Java 5.0+ on the client, and the application 
uses the Java SecurityManager and does not allow reflection 
privileges to the application.  This problem has now been 
resolved. 
 
This problem has already been resolved in driver versions 
4.3.111 (which was bundled with DB2 for Linux, Unix, and Windows 
v9.5 Fixpack 4) and above.
Problem Summary:
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* USERS AFFECTED:                                              * 
* N/A                                                          * 
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* PROBLEM DESCRIPTION:                                         * 
* All connectivity types: On IBM Data Server Driver for JDBC   * 
* and SQLJ driver version 3.53.95 (which was bundled with DB2  * 
* for Linux,  Unix, and Windows v9.5 Fixpack 4) and above, a   * 
* java.security.AccessControlException can occur when loading  * 
* the JDBC driver The application must use the Java            * 
* SecurityManager, and not allow reflection privileges to the  * 
* application for the error to occur.                          * 
*                                                              * 
* When sending or receiving data as a  DECFLOAT data type, a   * 
* java.security.AccessControlException may occur on all IBM    * 
* Data Server Driver for JDBC and SQLJ driver versions 3.0+    * 
* and 4.0-4.3.  Like the problem above, this exception can     * 
* only occur when connecting to a database which supports the  * 
* DECFLOAT data type while running Java 5.0+ on the client,    * 
* and the application uses the Java SecurityManager and does   * 
* not allow reflection privileges to the application.  This    * 
* problem has now been resolved.                               * 
*                                                              * 
* This problem has already been resolved in driver versions    * 
* 4.3.111 (which was bundled with DB2 for Linux, Unix, and     * 
* Windows v9.5 Fixpack 4) and above.                           * 
**************************************************************** 
* RECOMMENDATION:                                              * 
* Upgrade to DB2 Version 9.5 Fix Pack 5.                       * 
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Local Fix:
n/a
available fix packs:
DB2 Version 9.5 Fix Pack 8 for Linux, UNIX, and Windows
DB2 Version 9.5 Fix Pack 9 for Linux, UNIX, and Windows
DB2 Version 9.5 Fix Pack 10 for Linux, UNIX, and Windows

Solution
Problem was first fixed in Version 9.5 Fix Pack 5.
Workaround
not known / see Local fix
Timestamps
Date  - problem reported    :
Date  - problem closed      :
Date  - last modified       :
25.11.2009
23.04.2010
23.04.2010
Problem solved at the following versions (IBM BugInfos)
9.5.FP5
Problem solved according to the fixlist(s) of the following version(s)
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