15.10 - DataInfo - Call-Level Interface Version 2

Teradata Call-Level Interface Version 2 Reference for Mainframe-Attached Systems

prodname
Call-Level Interface Version 2
vrm_release
15.10
category
Programming Reference
featnum
B035-2417-035K

Purpose

Returns a description of the items within the Data Field of the corresponding Indicator Mode Record parcels.

Usage Notes

DataInfo parcel is not returned if the statement was an ECHO statement. This parcel is generated by the Teradata Database.

Parcel Data

 

Flavor

Parcel Body Length

Parcel Body Fields

71

6 to maximum body size

FieldCount:

Pair 1:

 

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Pair i:

 

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Pair n:

 

Data Type:

Length:

 

 

 

Data Type:

Length:

 

 

 

Data Type:

Length:

2 bytes

2 bytes

2 bytes

 

 

 

2 bytes

2 bytes

 

 

 

2 bytes

2 bytes

Field Notes

The following notes apply to the Fields for the DataInfo parcel.

  • The FieldCount, n, is the number of items within the Data Field in the corresponding Indicator Mode Record parcels. It also is the number of data type and length pairs in this DataInfo parcel.
  • The Pair fields contains a description of the data type and length of the corresponding data item of the record parcel. That is, the ith pair of data type and length values in the DataInfo parcel corresponds to the ith data item in the Data Field of the Indicator Mode Record parcel. See Table 65 on page 428 for the possible data types.
  • If the data type of the ith data item is not decimal, then the length (maximum length for VARBYTE and VARCHAR) of the ith data item in the Indicator Mode Record parcel is represented in the DataInfo parcel as a 16‑bit signed binary.
  • If the data type of the ith data item is decimal, then the total number of digits in the ith data item in the Indicator Mode Record parcel is represented in the DataInfo parcel in the first byte of the parcel body length as an 8‑bit signed binary, and the number of fractional digits is represented in the second byte of the parcel body length as an 8‑bit signed binary.