Using the CRTANLOG and selecting some TRAN, you end up at the SMFRPT screen. The START and END TIMES are in SECONDS. Is it possible to get it in parts of seconds.
Because of the faster hardware and the small transactions under CICS, and other areas of the lpar, it's possible to have multiple transactions running in the same second.. So it is needed to have smaller amounts displayed at the START and END date to get a more precise time the transaction actually executed.
Release: Component: SYSVW
The precision of DATE and TIME fields can be set on every command. The time format can be set in the SYSVIEW profile for the CTRANLOG command.
Do the following: CTRANLOG MODIFY TIMEFORMAT The command field will be prompted with the following: SET TIMEFORMAT HH:MM:SS COMMAND CTRANLOG Overtype hh:mm:ss with HH:MM:SS.THMIJU SET TIMEFORMAT HH:MM:SS.THMIJU COMMAND CTRANLOG
You can also view this in the miscellaneous section of the profile. CTRANLOG PROFILE Select Miscellaneous section
Then see the fields below: - Date and time display options - Date display format DDMONYYYY - Time display format HH:MM:SS.THMIJU
Specifies the format in which times are to be displayed Valid values are of the form:
hh Hours mm Minutes ss Seconds t Tenths of seconds (eq n) th Hundredths of seconds (eq nn) thm Milliseconds (eq nnn) thmi Ten-thousandths of seconds (eq nnnn) thmij Hundred-thousandths of seconds (eq nnnnn) thmiju Microseconds (eq nnnnnn) n Tenths of seconds (eq t) nn Hundredths of seconds (eq th) nnn Milliseconds (eq thm) nnnn Ten-thousandths of seconds (eq thmi) nnnnn Hundred-thousandths of seconds (eq thmij) nnnnnn Microseconds (eq thmiju) x Separator character y An optional space character used to separate the time from the AM/PM suffix. If a space is desired, then the entire value must be enclosed in character delimiter characters. zz Indicates how the AM/PM suffix is to be formatted. zz can be XX, XM, AM, or PM to request a two-character suffix or X, A, or P to request a one-character suffix. If the suffix is requested, the "y" character separator must be a space. If a space is desired, then the entire value must be enclosed in character delimiter characters.
If you want the AM/PM suffix to be lowercase, then enclose the TIMEFORMAT value in character delimiter characters using the CHARS qualifier and use lowercase am or pm indicator characters. For example:
SET TIMEFORMAT C'hh:mm xx'
Use the value DEFAULT to delete the value in your profile and revert back to the default value for the keyword.