Are the current registers, such as packageset and owner, locateable via memory access?

Binyamin Dissen

Are the current registers, such as packageset and owner, locateable via memory access?
I see that DB2 places a DCIB control block off of the FSA of the DB2 task. I
cannot find a mapping for this block.

Is there some memory access that can get to these special registers or must
SQL be used? I would like to do it from an exit without EXEC SQL since I would
prefer to not bind with the caller.

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