ParamCheckWrite: Accessing Database Parameters (Checked Writing)

Operators who have been assigned the ParamCheckWrite server authorization can execute all the commands listed under the ParamReadserver authorization.

In addition, they can execute the following DBM commands:

DBM Command

Description

param_abortsession

Ending a parameter session

param_addvolume

Changing volume parameters

param_checkall

Checking all database parameters

param_commitsession

Confirming changes to the database parameter file

param_delvolume

Deleting volume parameters

param_extget

Displaying individual data of a database parameter

param_extgetall

Displaying the data of all database parameters

param_extgetallnext

Scrolling through the database parameter data

param_getdefault

Displaying the system default (default value)

param_getexplain

Displaying the Stored Explanatory Text

param_getfull

Displaying all data of a database parameter

param_gethelp

Displaying the stored help text

param_gethistory

Opening the database parameter history

param_gethistorynext

Scrolling through the database parameter history

param_getproperties

Displaying all properties of a database parameter

param_gettype

Displaying the data type of a database parameter

param_getvalue

Displaying the current value of a database parameter

param_getvolsall

Displaying the data of all volume parameters

param_getvolume

Displaying the data of an individual volume

param_put

Changing the values of database parameters

param_restore

Resetting the parameter file to a previous version

param_startsession

Opening a parameter session

param_versions

Displaying a list of parameter files