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Unable to drop table, corrupt SYSTABLES

Unable to drop table, corrupt SYSTABLES

Unable to drop table, corrupt SYSTABLES

So I've got this pretty sizeable DB that I can't unload because it gets stuck on SYSADM.COMMSQL. COMMSQL shouldn't *truly* exist, so I think "no problem, I'll drop it". Problem is, it won't drop:

"Table has not been created".

Yet the table quite clearly exists. If I create it, it just creates another COMMSQL, and I somehow end up with two of them. I get some phantom errors regarding foreign keys in some user tables, but it all comes down to this issue in SYSTABLES. So...

Anyone got any ideas how I can either drop this table, or unload SYSTABLES (that hangs), or ammend SYSTABLES to remove any reference to COMMSQL?

RE: Unable to drop table, corrupt SYSTABLES

Do you try and drop it as 'SYSADM' ?  Or try logging on as the table owner before dropping it.

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