A particular session can be logged off by entering the following command transid:
where the following is true:
|Syntax element...||Is a...|
|sessnum||decimal number that identifies the session to be logged off.|
|n||digit (0 to 9).|
The sequence of events is as follows:
- The DLGF transaction logs off a session on the database.
- Uncommitted database changes are rolled back but DLGF does not terminate the CICS transaction or free any buffers or other storage associated with the transaction’s session.
- The next time the transaction attempts to access the database, the transaction is informed that the session no longer exists.
- The database session-related storage, which is associated with the transaction, is released only when the transaction is terminated.
- If more than one TDP is active and a particular TDP is identified, the session is logged off from that TDP.
- Although each session number within each TDP is unique, several TDPs may have sessions that have the same session numbers, causing a possible conflict during logoff.
The TDPID resolves this ambiguity.
The session number arguments for all transactions changed to decimal (from hexadecimal) in release 3.1 of this interface.