Output-TDP-path is an eight byte field that specifies the route used to send session data to and from the database.
It is provided for diagnostic purposes, audit logs, and so forth.
|In this language...||The variable name for Output-TDP-path is...|
|This routine...||Does this for Output-TDP-path...|
|DBCHCL||writes (FET) associated with connect operation|
|Output-TDP-path is used by...||To...|
After regaining control from a call to DBCHCL for the Connect function, the application can obtain the route used from Output-TDP-path.
Output-TDP-path contains the name of the TDP used for the session, the TDP-assigned session number, and your database’s host id.
Output-TDP-path is available in the DBCAREA when the application regains control, with return code zero, from calling DBCHCL for the first Fetch function that is associated with the connect operation.