• Subject: Re: How to determine process group (P05, P20, etc)??
  • From: Larry Bolhuis <lbolhuis@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 03 Jan 2001 12:26:12 -0500
  • Organization: Arbor Solutions, Inc

Actually QPRCFEAT does give you both interactive and batch features. You
just need to decode it based on the tables in the System Handbood. Below
is a sample from the first two levels of the 820 processor. You'd need
this table in your code.

Feature Interactive     QPRCFEAT        GROUP
#2395   #1521           #23A1           P10
        #1522           #23A2           P20
        #1523           #23A3           P20
        #1524           #23A4           P20
#2396   #1521           #23A9           P20
        #1522           #23AA           P30
        #1523           #23AB           P30
        #1524           #23AC           P30
        #1525           #23AD           P30

 - Larry

"Shea, David" wrote:
> Does anyone know how to (easily) determine the processor group?  I know that
> there are system values for processor feature (which is only marginally
> useful, since it doesn't include the interactive feature).  I am also aware
> that there is the WRKLICINF command which will show you the processor group
> on the screen.  But... is there an EASY way to get it for software licensing
> purposes?  Since WRKLICINF takes several seconds to process, I can't see
> using that approach.  It's in there _somewhere_, since WRKLICINF can figure
> it out.  Woulda been nice if IBM made it a system value.

Larry Bolhuis
Arbor Solutions, Inc.
(616) 451-2500
(616) 451-2571 -fax
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