Using bdwn to shut down the handler – Oracle Audio Technologies Oracle Tuxedo User Manual
Oracle Tuxedo Mainframe Adapter for TCP CICS User Guide
Using BDWN to Shut Down the Handler
You can use the
transaction in a CICS region with the following parameters to shut down
Handlers in various ways. The command line syntax for
is illustrated in the following
Command Line Syntax for Handlers
BDWN [ALL | CLEANUP | HANDLER I | HANDLER]
Shuts down all Handlers or all Requesters or both. It also frees shared memory that was
allocated by a Handler that has abended without freeing the shared memory that it
allocated. You can specify optional parameters with the
transaction to shut down
Handlers immediately or after the processing of all requests has completed. The default is
Shuts down all Handlers and Requesters gracefully allowing them to complete all
processing of all requests that were received before the execution of the
also frees any shared memory.
This is the default for
Frees any shared memory of Handlers that have abended.
does not shut
down any Handlers or Requesters.
Shuts down all Handlers immediately and frees any shared memory of Handlers
that have abended. This parameter does not shut down any Requesters.
Shuts down all Handlers gracefully allowing them to complete all processing off
all requests that were received before the execution of the
parameter also frees any shared memory of Handlers that have abended. It does not
shut down any Requesters.