Teradata SQL Error and Failure Codes from Error 7825 To 7834

7825 in UDF/XSP/UDM %DBID.%TVMID: SQLSTATE %VSTR
Explanation: The Java routine has thrown an SQLException with an SQL state in the range of 38001-38999.
Generated By: UDF Subsystem
For Whom: End User.
Remedy: Change the Java routine to avoid the SQLException.

7826 Java execution error SQLSTATE 46103: Unresolved class name.
Explanation: The class name was not found in the jar indicated in the external name clause.
Generated By: UDF Subsystem
For Whom: End User.
Remedy: Examine the jar file and create statement to locate the source of the mismatch and update either the create statement
or the jar file.

7827 Java SQL Exception SQLSTATE 39001: Invalid SQL state (%VSTR).
Explanation: The Java routine has thrown an SQLException with an SQL state out of the range of 38001-38999.
Generated By: UDF Subsystem
For Whom: End User.
Remedy: Change the Java routine to throw an SQLException within the valid range.

7828 Unexpected Java Exception SQLSTATE 38000: An %VSTR exception was thrown.
Explanation: The Java routine has thrown an Exception that is not an SQLException or not caught an exception.
Generated By: UDF Subsystem
For Whom: End User.
Remedy: The Java routine should catch the exception and return a valid SQLException.

7829 Java subsystem error ( %VSTR ).
Explanation: An internal error has occured in the UDF Java subsystem.
Generated By: UDF Subsystem
For Whom: Site support representative
Remedy: The error number indicates the class of the problem. The line number indicates the precise location triggering
the error. Error 1 – Java object failed to initialize. One of the core classes used to convert parameters was not able to intialize.
Access to the javFnc jar file may be the cause. Error 3 – An invalid Interval Type has been encountered. There may be a mismatch
between the DBS and the Java library. Error 6 – JVM could not be accessed. This failure indicates that the java virtual
machine could not be started. This may mean that the PATH to the Java is not correct. Also the javFnc jar file may not be
accessible for the DBS Java loader. Error 9 – Unexpected Error.

7830 The UDF/XSP/UDM %DBID.%TVMID caused a floating point exception: %VSTR.
Explanation: This message is generated when a UDF/UDM/XSP caused a masked floating point exception.
Generated By: UDF subsystem.
For Whom: DBA, UDF developer
Remedy: The function in question needs to be fixed. Add trace statements to help find the problem.

7831 %VSTR has NO SQL access.
Explanation: The stored procedure attempted SQL access. But, the procedure has NO SQL access.
Generated By: gnc
For Whom: SP developer.
Remedy: Replace the procedure with a higher SQL access or so that it does not SQL access.

7832 XSP Application %DBID.%TVMID caused protocol error : %VSTR.
Explanation: This message is generated when the XSP (External Stored Procedure Application attempted to execute an
SQL Request that was either not formated properly or was sent out of sequence (protocol error). The provided information
gives an indication of what might have been wrong.
Generated By: UDF Internal Gateway
For Whom: DBA, XSP Application developer
Remedy: The XSP in question needs to be debugged and fixed.

7833 The protected mode server was terminated by UDF/XSP/UDM %DBID.%TVMID.
Explanation: This error message is generated when the XSP/UDF/UDM called a “exit” function or similar to terminate
their application. Doing so terminates the protected mode process since that is what an exit call does. This is not allowed.
The proper return is always to return to the caller.
Generated By: UDF subsystem
For Whom: DBA, Application developer
Remedy: The user function code has to be changed to not call “exit” but to issue a return from the C code.

7834 Invalid UDF/XSP/UDM environment file specification.
Explanation: The error message is generated when the environment file associated with user function or procedure of a
specific application category is not in the proper format.
The user function or procedure must be running in protected/secure mode. Environment variable are not set for unprotected
mode. This is because the user code is not isolated from the database code in this mode and its use could conflict
with the database were it to be allowed.
The path to the environment file is specified by the UDF configuration file. To print the configuration file enter:
start cufconfig -o
See the cufconfig utility documentation for further details. The environment files are specified by xxxENVFile where xxx
are the letters for the application category for the UDF/UDM or XSP. Check the contents of the environment file(s) shown
in the configuration file. All entries of the text file must be of the form (one per line):
<envname> = <env value>
Where <envname> is the alphanumeric and ’_’ name of the environment variable and <env value> is the value to assign to
it. Each line is input to the set environment variable system call for the platform in question. It is up to the site to make sure
the contents are valid for the system platform it is being used on.
There is no support for appending additional information to an existing environment variable such as the PATH environment
variable.
If the environment file is to be used it should be set on each node using the same path and name for the file. However the
contents of the file may localized to the node if desired.
No error is generated if the environment variable file does not exist even though it is specifed by the UDF configuation file. The environment variables are set when a protected mode server is started. In general the database would have to be
restarted to pick up a new set of environment variables when the configuration file is changed.
Generated By: UDF subsystem
For Whom: DBA, Application developer
Remedy: Check and fix the environment text file.

Above are list of Teradata Errors or Failure Codes from Error 7825 To 7834 received while performing certain operation against Teradata Database or related products.

What are Teradata Database Errors?

In general, each Teradata error message contains the following information:
• The message number.
• The message text. This text is usually returned with the message number. Some messages employ word substitution, where the word substituted represents the system-replacement of a term more specific to the occurrence.
• An explanation of how the error may have occurred.
• Generated-by text that indicates the software module which initiated the message. This field serves a diagnostic purpose for support and development personnel.
• A remedy which suggests how to resolve the condition.

Hope this was helpful.

Thanks,
SQLServerF1 Team
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