Output-TDP-path is an eight byte field that specifies the route used to send session data to and from the database. On mainframe-attached systems, this is the TDPid. This information is also available using the Database-access-path DBCHQE query.
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After the application regains control from a call to DBCHCL for the Connect function, the connection number is available in the DBCAREA in Output-CLIv2-connection-number.
Before using the DBCAREA again to call DBCHCL for the session, the application must copy the value to Input-CLIv2-connection-number.
Compare with Output-TDP-session-number.
Note that both the TDP and CLIv2 have a number for each session, and that the two numbers are not identical.