Tell-if-delay is a one-byte EBCDIC field that specifies whether the application is to be informed of a delay in executing the request. A delay may be loss of communication with the database, a database restart, or the request being delayed within the database by Workload Management, when the database supports such notification.
If a restart is detected during logoff processing, CLIv2 reconnects the session and resubmits the logoff request.
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|DBCHCL||reads (CON; RSUP; IWPF; IRQ; CRQ)|
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Tell-if-delay is initialized by DBCHINI to the default value provided for Tell-if-delay in the HSHSPB.