Large-row is used to indicate the application whether or not the database may process parcels greater than 65,535 bytes or requests and responses greater than 1,048,576 bytes. If the database does not support this feature, the Large-row-OK setting is ignored.
Large-row-OK exists only when DBCHINI had been called for a DBCAREA with Total-length set to at least 1024 (that is, the returned DBCAREA Level value is at least 2). For a smaller DBCAREA, Large-row-OK is ignored.
|In this language...
||The variable name for Large-row-OK is...
||largeRow (case is significant)
||Does this for Large-row-OK. . .
||reads (CON; IRQ; IWPF)
|Large-row-OK is used by...
||Then set Large-row-OK to. . .
|Parcels greater than 65,535 bytes may not be processed
- DBC-YES for COBOL
- DBC_LARGE_ROW_YES for PL/I
- DBC_LargeRowYes for C, C++
- DBRILRY for Assembler
|Parcels greater than 65,535 bytes may be processed
- DBC-NO for COBOL
- DBC_LARGE_ROW_NO for PL/I
- DBC_LargeRowNo for C, C++
- DBRILRN for Assembler