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Status Planned for future release
Created by Guest
Created on Oct 3, 2022

Specify a value for TLSCMD in DVM client when accessing Adabas

When we activate Map Reduce for huge Adabas files, we get an Adabas ERROR 7. To avoid the error we must change the value of TLSCMD that we use regularly for the DB. The regular value we use for TLSCMD is 60 in most of our DBs, in same DBs we use 120 and in very few DBs we use 300. To avoid the error 7 for a table with 10 million of registers we have to specify a value of 1900.

Adabas allows to specify an value for TLSCMD during the OP command; the value you specify will affect only to that connection. We want to be able to specify this value in a new parameter in all DVM clients (A new parameter in DScLIENT, a new parameter in JDBC/ODBC open connection…)

Needed By Not sure -- Just thought it was cool