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DAR: DDOL: Session Status Display T11D

Last activity 6 days ago
Bill Matthias III's profile image
06-26-2020 03:11 PM

Under DDOL if you issue a STATUS command you will get the following display:
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ANCHORED OCCURRENCE INFORMATION

TYPE  OCCURRENCE  STA VER
 PER  A041194      P
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DDOL: SESSION STATUS DISPLAY                                       DISPLAY

MODES -( PRIMARY: AUTH    TEXT MAINT: NUM   )     SECURITY LEVEL: 1
AUTHOR: A041194                                 TERMINAL ID: ¢AAB
CONTROLLER: A041194                             SET NAME: DATADICT
USERID: A04                                       FILE     FREE BLOCKS
  DBID: 2                                       MDUOLL       392
PREFIX:                 LENGTH:                 DDOFILE      588
TEXT CLASS: STANDARD                            DDOFILE2     592
SQL AVAILABLE: YES      ACTIVE DD DBID: 00002     DDD FILE DBID: 00015
SQL DEFAULT SYNTAX LEVEL: DATACOM     SQL USER SYNTAX LEVEL:
SOFTWARE STATUS:   DD- 15.1   DB- 151 -M   VPE- 15.1   SCF- 1510
DATE: 06/23/2020   TIME: 15:39:32
DEFAULT AUTHID: SYSADM                SESSION AUTHID: ________
                   PF2 Returns the panel in process               (page 1 of 1)

Q1) Why is the USERID = A04 rather than my real OPID of WHM?
Refer to:
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DATADICTIONARY Security Maintenance                                        T46D
DISPLAY PERSON: A041194                           User-Password: XXXXXXXX
 User-ID: WHM  Profile: $DD-ADM                           Security Admin.: Y


Q2) On the SOFTWARE STATUS line why can't all of the v.r numbers be displayed in the same format so it looks consistent?  It has been like this for decades and appears like sloppy edit masks were used.


Q3) Why doesn't the SESSION AUTHID reflect the current value or NONE if it has not yet been set?