DB2 Error Code – -107 the name name is too long.� maximum allowable size is size

In this post, you’ll learn about the error message -107 the name name is too long.� maximum allowable size is size in the IBM DB2 database , the reason why it occurs along with the solution to fix it

IBM DB2 Error Message

-107 the name name is too long.� maximum allowable size is size

Reason for the Error

The name returned as ‘name’ is too long.� The maximum permissible length for names of that type is indicated by ‘size’.Names for the following cannot contain more than 64 characters:*�� Version-id Names for the following cannot contain more than 18 characters (20 including SQL escape characters, if present):*�� SQL columns�� SQL tables* SQL views*�� SQL indexes*�� SQL aliases*�� SQL synonyms.*�� Collection-id Names for the following cannot contain more than 16 characters:*�� Location-name The following cannot contain more than 8 characters:*�� Table qualifiers*�� View qualifiers*�� Library member names specified in an INCLUDE statement*�� Storage group names*�� Database names*�� Table space names*� �Application plans*�� Database request modules (DBRMs)*�� Constraint names specified in CREATE or ALTER TABLE statements.*�� Package-idHost variable names cannot contain more than 64 characters.� Volume serial numbers cannot contain more than 6 characters.� Labels cannot contain more than

Solution

Choose a shorter name for the object. For an SQL version ID, the name must not exceed 64 EBCDIC bytes, or 122 UTF-8 bytes.