TDP-receipt-timestamp is an eight byte field that specifies the actual time and date CLIv2 sent the request to the TDP. TDP-receipt-timestamp is deprecated because its format is dependent on the hardware architecture of certain mainframe-attached systems.
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After a call to DBCHCL for the first Fetch function on the specified request, if Return-time is set to ‘Y‘, the application can obtain the value of TDP-receipt-timestamp.
The time is stored in STCK (TOD clock) format.
This time stamp is the full 8-byte contents of the TOD clock.