DBCHSAD returns the address of a given parameter.
It performs this function by storing the source argument at the target address. This allows the DBCAREA pointer arguments to be set in languages that do not support pointer manipulation.
CLI does not go through DBCHSAD’s internal initialization or attempt to find its internal context.
|DBCHSAD (ReturnCode, TargetAddress, SourceValue)|
where the following is true:
|The parameter...||Is the...|
|ReturnCode||After control returns from DBCHSAD, the integer contains a code whose value represents success or failure to copy source value. A return code of zero indicates success; a non-zero return code indicates failure, and the value specifies the reason for the failure.|
|TargetAddress||address of the first byte of the area at which the source value is to be stored.|
|SourceValue||signed integer containing the value to be stored at the target address.|