IFICID 148

Venkata Sai Arjun Pettam

IFICID 148

For a thread which is in "IN DB2", what type of connection it is if the field QW0148TY has all zeros?

Also the value of QW0148F2 is X'83', what does this indicate?

 

Thanks & regards,

Arjun

Norbert Jenninger

RE: IFICID 148
(in response to Venkata Sai Arjun Pettam)

Hi Arjun, please see the Db2 macro for QW0148F2

QW0148F2 DS    X                       AGENT STATUS FLAGS               
*                                                                       
***...............QW0148F2 CONSTANTS.................................**
QW0148D0 EQU   X'FC'                   RESERVED                         
QW0148DA EQU   X'02'                   DATA BASE ACCESS AGENT.          
QW0148DD EQU   X'01'                   DISTRIBUTED ALLIED AGENT.        
*                                      THIS BIT IS ALSO SET FOR DATA    
*                                      BASE ACCESS AGENTS.              
*                                                                       
QW0148F3 DS    X                       (S)                              
QW0148AP EQU   X'80'                   1=ACCELERATOR PROCESSING         
QW01482E EQU   X'40'                   1=QW0148ETKA alternate enclave   
*                                        is active                      
*                                      0=If QW148ETK ^= 0, enclave      
*                                        defined by  QW148ETK token is  
*                                        the active enclave, else no    
*                                        enclave is active.            

Norbert Jenninger

Venkata Sai Arjun Pettam

RE: IFICID 148
(in response to Norbert Jenninger)

Hi Norbert,

Thank you for the response.

I see explanation for QW0148F2 only for 3 types of values, X'FC', X'01' and X'02'. Just wanted to confirm what does X'83' indicate.

-Arjun

Nadir Doctor

IFICID 148
(in response to Venkata Sai Arjun Pettam)
Hi Arjun,

The hex values can be added which cover varied scenarios one could possibly
encounter - remote database access in this case.

Thank you.

Nadir




On Tue, Jul 7, 2020 at 11:57 AM Venkata Sai Arjun Pettam <
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> Hi Norbert,
>
> Thank you for the response.
>
> I see explanation for QW0148F2 only for 3 types of values, X'FC', X'01'
> and X'02'. Just wanted to confirm what does X'83' indicate.
>
> -Arjun
>
> -----End Original Message-----
>