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Re: QO80748

Discussion created by ca.portal.admin on Aug 2, 2006
Kay (or anyone else who might know)

ia QO80748 a 16.0 fix? if so, is there a 15.0 counterpart?

thanks,
chris hoelscher (running a IDMSTUNE in the Peoples Republic of China)




----- Original Message -----
From: ""Rozeboom, Kay [DAS]"" <KAY.ROZEBOOM@IOWA.GOV>
Date: Monday, July 31, 2006 20:42
Subject: QO80748
To: IDMS-L@LISTSERV.IUASSN.COM
QO80748 is a new APAR that adds additional information (user ID and
lterm) to DTS error messages on the IDMS log. We have found this to
be invaluable in solving IDMS server problems. It has also proved
useful for some CICS and batch problems.

Kay Rozeboom
State of Iowa
Information Technology Enterprise
Department of Administrative Services
Telephone: 515.281.6139 Fax: 515.281.6137
Email: Kay.Rozeboom@Iowa.Gov
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Re: 24-bit database keys
"On Mon, 7 Aug 2006 18:03:09 -0400, Jon R. Gocher <jgocher@FRONTIERNET.NET>
wrote:
Mike -

They are saying that none of your page ranges for any database area can
have
a page number greater than 16,777,215.

You would exceed this value if you were using the ""floating radiix"" feature
which gives you more database pages at the expense of fewer records per
database page. Chances are good you are not using this feature.

Do a LOOK DMCL SORTED PAGES
at ENTER NEXT TASK CODE.

Thanks.
Jon Gocher

----- Original Message -----
From: ""Mike Baker"" <mikebaker345@HOTMAIL.COM>
To: <IDMS-L@LISTSERV.IUASSN.COM>
Sent: Monday, August 07, 2006 5:33 PM
Subject: 24-bit database keys

Hi all,

I'm looking at a product which interfaces with IDMS, and the product
manual
says that it works ""...only for CA-IDMS databases that use 24-bit
database
keys.""

Could someone please tell me what I need to check, in order to confirm
whether or not our databases have 24-bit database keys.

Thanks very much.

PS: I'm an IDMS newbie, and this might not be at all relevant... but when
I
look inside our IDMS.LOADLIB, there is a bunch of modules called
""IDDMRKY1""
through to ""IDDMRKY8"", as well as ""IDDPRKY1"" through to ""IDDPRKY8"", and
inside the load it says, ""Relational Keys"" and ""Attribute Module"". AND
all
of these load modules have been linked as Amode 31. Nevertheless, I'm
guessing that someone will point me to some actual Source module/s, and
the
definitions will lie therein.

PPS: We have non-SQL databases.

Excellent command.

Thanks Jon.
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Re: 24-bit database keys
"Jon,

I appreciate your reply. Thanks.
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Re: 24-bit database keys
"Mike -

They are saying that none of your page ranges for any database area can have
a page number greater than 16,777,215.

You would exceed this value if you were using the ""floating radiix"" feature
which gives you more database pages at the expense of fewer records per
database page. Chances are good you are not using this feature.

Do a LOOK DMCL SORTED PAGES
at ENTER NEXT TASK CODE.

Thanks.
Jon Gocher

----- Original Message -----
From: ""Mike Baker"" <mikebaker345@HOTMAIL.COM>
To: <IDMS-L@LISTSERV.IUASSN.COM>
Sent: Monday, August 07, 2006 5:33 PM
Subject: 24-bit database keys

Hi all,

I'm looking at a product which interfaces with IDMS, and the product
manual
says that it works ""...only for CA-IDMS databases that use 24-bit database
keys.""

Could someone please tell me what I need to check, in order to confirm
whether or not our databases have 24-bit database keys.

Thanks very much.

PS: I'm an IDMS newbie, and this might not be at all relevant... but when
I
look inside our IDMS.LOADLIB, there is a bunch of modules called
""IDDMRKY1""
through to ""IDDMRKY8"", as well as ""IDDPRKY1"" through to ""IDDPRKY8"", and
inside the load it says, ""Relational Keys"" and ""Attribute Module"". AND all
of these load modules have been linked as Amode 31. Nevertheless, I'm
guessing that someone will point me to some actual Source module/s, and
the
definitions will lie therein.

PPS: We have non-SQL databases.

"
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Re: 24-bit database keys
"On Mon, 7 Aug 2006 15:33:52 -0600, Mike Baker <mikebaker345@HOTMAIL.COM>
wrote:
Hi all,

I'm looking at a product which interfaces with IDMS, and the product manual
says that it works ""...only for CA-IDMS databases that use 24-bit database
keys.""

Could someone please tell me what I need to check, in order to confirm
whether or not our databases have 24-bit database keys.

Thanks very much.

PS: I'm an IDMS newbie, and this might not be at all relevant... but when I
look inside our IDMS.LOADLIB, there is a bunch of modules called ""IDDMRKY1""
through to ""IDDMRKY8"", as well as ""IDDPRKY1"" through to ""IDDPRKY8"", and
inside the load it says, ""Relational Keys"" and ""Attribute Module"". AND all
of these load modules have been linked as Amode 31. Nevertheless, I'm
guessing that someone will point me to some actual Source module/s, and the
definitions will lie therein.

PPS: We have non-SQL databases.
Hi all,

I was a bit too quick to ask for help on this one. Please ignore. I've
found my answer by looking in the DBA manual, and will be able to sort this
one out myself. Thank you.
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24-bit database keys
"Hi all,

I'm looking at a product which interfaces with IDMS, and the product manual
says that it works ""...only for CA-IDMS databases that use 24-bit database
keys.""

Could someone please tell me what I need to check, in order to confirm
whether or not our databases have 24-bit database keys.

Thanks very much.

PS: I'm an IDMS newbie, and this might not be at all relevant... but when I
look inside our IDMS.LOADLIB, there is a bunch of modules called ""IDDMRKY1""
through to ""IDDMRKY8"", as well as ""IDDPRKY1"" through to ""IDDPRKY8"", and
inside the load it says, ""Relational Keys"" and ""Attribute Module"". AND all
of these load modules have been linked as Amode 31. Nevertheless, I'm
guessing that someone will point me to some actual Source module/s, and the
definitions will lie therein.

PPS: We have non-SQL databases.
"
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Re: 24-bit database keys
"The DBKEY format word can be determined by binding the subschema and
then BEFORE doing any other DML, you can see get the records per page by
looking at the DKBEY field of the subschema control block; it gives you
the maximum page size and the size of the radix. For example, the
standard DBKEY format word contains x'0000ff08' for 255 records per page
and 8 bits for the radix; here is what happened in DMLO after I bound
the schema but didn't do anything else:
Records per page| |radix size

RECORD= ,STATUS=0000, DBKEY=0000000255-0008

Dan Miley
Lockheed Martin

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