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PostPosted: Fri Oct 15, 2010 7:32 pm    Post subject: Need info : EXEC CICS WEB PARSE URL
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Hi,

The EXEC CICS WEB PARSE URL command is used to break down a URL string into its component parts and i am able to do it successfully to a certain extent.
But the port number that i specify in it is not being recognised and is giving me back a
EIBRESP code:16 which means that it is an invalid request and
EIBRESP2 code : 138 which means that the The port number is greater than 65535. But the Port number i have given is 80 , which is the default port for a HTTP URL.

I tried various combinations of debugging this, but it just would not give me the proper result.

However, the real problem does not lie with the web parse , but when using the web open to connect to the URL using the port number details in it , i am getting back the same EIBRESP codes as above and hence connection is not established.

The parameters used in Web parse are:

EXEC CICS WEB PARSE
URL(WS-URL-REQUEST)
SCHEMENAME(WS-SCHEME)
HOST(WS-HOST)
PORTNUMBER(WS-PORT)
PATH(WS-PATH)
QUERYSTRING(WS-QUERYSTRING)
END-EXEC.

For any given URL, when i put in displays for the variable names above, i am getting back expected values for all of them expect the Port number which is displayed as blank , with the Respcode errors as mentioned above.

Can anybody please provide me with more info in this regard.
Any leads would be very usefull.

Thanks,
Arun.
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PostPosted: Fri Oct 15, 2010 7:51 pm    Post subject:
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What is the PICTURE for WS-PORT?
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PostPosted: Fri Oct 15, 2010 9:44 pm    Post subject:
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I used alphanumeric PIC X(2) , numeric 9(2) AND 9(4) - as usually the ports are 4 bytes long , S9(4) and S9(8) comp-3 , even used the picture clause as binary even though it is the same a Comp field , but still the results were the same.


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PostPosted: Fri Oct 15, 2010 9:46 pm    Post subject:
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All the other fields were declared as alphanumeric.
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PostPosted: Fri Oct 15, 2010 10:28 pm    Post subject:
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From the CICS Application Programming Reference manual section 1.285 on the WEB PARSE URL command:
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PORTNUMBER(data-area)
returns (as a fullword binary data area) the port number that is specified in, or appropriate for, the URL.
Try PIC S9(08) COMP-5 which is a fullword binary data item.
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 18, 2010 5:30 pm    Post subject:
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Thanks very much Robert, my responses are correct now.
My understanding of a fullword binary data area was incorrect when i coded this.
I have a query here though, what is the difference between a S9(08) comp-3 and S9(08) comp-5. I thought both of these were full word binary data.I did check a few other posts about this, but the more i go into the more i got confused.
I hope not to goof up in a similar way again icon_smile.gif .
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 18, 2010 5:39 pm    Post subject:
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S9(08) COMP-3 takes 5 bytes not 4 and stores each decimal digit in a half-byte (aka nybble), or 2 decimal digits in a byte, with the last half-byte used for the sign (F for unsigned, C for positive and D for negative). So +12345678 stored as a COMP-3 value would be x'012345678C'. A COMP-5 variable is a COMP variable that can store the entire binary value (depending upon the TRUNC option setting, a COMP variable may only store the number of digits int he PICTURE clause). The COMP-5 value +12345678 would be stored as X'00BC614E' -- quite different from X'012345678C'.

Glad to hear you've got it working, though.
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