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Default Using linked server - syntax error

I have defined a linked server and a sp residing on db2 machine.

When I call the sp, I get error at line 3:


Code:
declare @bcmcu char(12)
Set @bcmcu ='     1100281'  
Exec ('Call QGPL.get_jobs(?)', @bcmcu) AT AS400SRV_MSDASQL
Incorrect syntax near ','.

Now, when I call the same on a SQL Server 2005 it works fine.

Any ideas? Is there a difference between 2000 and 2005?
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