DISPLAY/PUNCH ACCESS MODULE

The ACCESS MODULE, DISPLAY/PUNCH statement displays or punches an access module.
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The ACCESS MODULE, DISPLAY/PUNCH statement displays or punches an access module.
Authorization
To issue a DISPLAY/PUNCH ACCESS MODULE statement, you must have the DISPLAY privilege on the requested access module.
Syntax
►►─┬─ DISplay ─┬┬─ ACCess MODule is ─┬┬───────────────┬─ 
access-module-name
 ──►    └─ PUNch ───┘└─ AM ───────────────┘└─ 
schema-name
.─┘  ►─┬──────────────────────────────────┬───────────────────────────────────────►    └─ Version ──┬─ 1 ◄──────────────┬─┘                 ├─ 
version-number
 ──┤                 ├─ HIGhest ─────────┤                 └─ LOWest ──────────┘  ►─┬─────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────┬────►    └──┬─ WITh ─────────┬──┬─ ALL ───────────────┬─── AS ─┬─COMments ◄──┬─┘       ├─ ALSo WITh ────┤  ├─ NONe ──────────────┤        └─ SYNtax ────┘       ├─ WITHOut ──────┤  ├─ DETails ───────────┤       └─ ALSo WITHOut ─┘  ├─ HIStory ───────────┤                           └─ TABles ────────────┘    ►─┬───────────────────────┬──────────────────────────────────────────────────►◄    └─ VERb ─┬─ CREate ◄──┬─┘             ├─ ALTer ────┤             └─ DROp ─────┘  
Parameters
  • schema-name.
    Specifies the schema for the access module.
    Schema-name
    must identify the schema associated with the version of the access module being modified. If ou do not specify
    schema-name
    , the value used by the command facility is the current schema for your SQL session.
  • access-module-name
    Specifies the name of the access module to display or punch.
    Access-module-name
    must identify an access module defined and stored in the dictionary.
  • Version is
    version-number
    Specifies the version number of the access module.
    Version-number
    is a unique integer in the range 1 through 9999. 1 is the default.
  • HIGhest
    Specifies the highest version number associated with the access module.
  • LOWest
    Specifies the lowest version number associated with the access module.
  • WITh
    Lists the requested information, in addition to the information that is always included, such as the entity occurrence name.
  • WITHOut
    Does
    not
    list the specified options.
    Other
    options in effect through the WITH or ALSO WITH clauses in the current DISPLAY statement are displayed.
  • ALSo WITh
    Lists the requested information, in addition to the information requested in previously issued DISPLAY WITH and DISPLAY ALSO WITH statements for the named entity.
  • ALSo WITHOut
    Does
    not
    list the specified options.
  • ALL
    Specifies the display of all the information associated with the requested entity occurrence.
  • NONe
    Specifies the display of the name of the requested entity occurrence. NONE is meaningful only when the WITH clause is specified.
  • DETails
    Specifies the display of entity-specific descriptions.
  • HIStory
    Specifies the display of the date the access module was compiled.
  • TABles
    Specifies the display of all tables associated with the requested access module.
  • AS COMments
    Outputs access module syntax as comments with the characters *+ preceding the text of the statement. AS COMMENTS is the default.
  • AS SYNtax
    Outputs access module syntax which can be edited and resubmitted to the command facility.
  • VERB CREate/ALTer/DROp
    Specifies the verb with which the entity statement is to be displayed or punched. For example, if VERB CREATE is specified, the output of the DISPLAY/PUNCH statement is a CREATE statement; if VERB ALTER is specified, the output is an ALTER statement; and so on. The default is VERB CREATE.