Data-table-level is an unsigned integer into which the level of the LAD Data-table is placed. A value of zero indicates that every entry in the Data-table lists is a four-byte pointer; a value of one indicates that every entry is four bytes of zeroes followed by a four-byte pointer. Data-table-level applies only to Data-table entries, not Order-table entries.
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||reads (IRQ; IWPF)
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Data-table-level must be set to one of the following 2-byte unsigned integer values before calling a DBCHCL function:
- LEVEL1 for COBOL
- LAD_DATA_LVL_LEVEL1 for PL/I
- 'LAD_DataLvlLevel1' for C and C++
- LADDLVL1 for Assembler
- LEVEL0 for COBOL
- LAD_DATA_LVL_LEVEL0 for PL/I
- 'LAD_DataLvlLevel0' for C and C++
- LADDLVL0 for Assembler