The START_UP_USER_EXIT statement specifies the name and programming language of a user-defined exit program that PowerExchange calls each time the PowerExchange Listener starts or shuts down.
Use this statement to enable the PowerExchange Listener to decrypt an Adabas database that is encrypted with an Adabas cipher code. The user exit program that you specify must provide a result set that includes the cipher code and some additional information.
Required. Name of the user exit program.
Required. Programming language in which the user exit program is written. Options are:
. Assembler language.
. C language.
You can specify up to ten statements, each pointing to a different exit program. When the PowerExchange Listener starts, the user exit programs are executed in the order in which the associated START_UP_USER_EXIT statements occur in the DBMOVER configuration file. When the Listener shuts down, the user exit programs are executed in reverse order.
For more information about using the START_UP_USER_EXIT statement to decrypt an Adabas database that is encrypted with an Adabas cipher code, see the "Adabas Bulk Data Movement" chapter in the