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Cause: The user-defined datatype name in an EXEC SQL TYPE
statement is missing or misspelled, is a reserved word, is
not a legal identifier in the host-language or conflicts
with a base datatype in that language.
Action: Check the spelling of the user-defined datatype
name. If necessary, declare a valid user-defined datatype.
User-defined datatype equivalencing is available only in
Pro*C and Pro*Pascal.
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