At 05:17 PM 1/5/98 -0500, you wrote:
>You can retrieve the processor feature code in a program using the V4R1
>QGYRHRL and QGYRHRI APIs. Use QGYRHRL to list all the processor resources on
>the system and then use QGYRHRI to retrieve the detailed info on the
>processor resource. Format RHRI0400 contains a 4-byte field named 'System
>Processor Feature Code'.

This is all well and good.  Now, you are a vendor trying to determine the
software tier of a (potential) customer's system, before you ship a demo
tape.  So you ask the operator (the only person at the account with enough
intelligence to handle a command line), what's the feature code?  

Should the operator have to code to an API?????

Al



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