Release : 8.5
Component : CA Gen Host Encyclopedia
Customer using an unsupported IBM bind parameter DBPROTOCOL(PRIVATE).
This warning is about the bind option of DBPROTOCOL(PRIVATE) which is no longer supported by IBM. The bind continues without error but a warning is given. Gen defaults to DBPROTOCOL(DRDA) which is what IBM supports. It's not explicitly stated in the bind CLIST which is CEHBCLS0(TICBNPK). Below is a description of the warning message taken from the IBM doc. (Db2 for z/OS 10.0.0 > DB2 messages > DSNT messages > DSNT226I)
bind-type WARNING FOR object-type object-name. bind-option OPTION IS NOT RECOMMENDED WHEN BINDING PLANS OR PACKAGES
The indicated subcommand was issued with a bind option that is no longer recommended for use.
Type of bind subcommand: BIND COPY | BIND REPLACE | REBIND | BIND PLAN | REBIND PLAN.
PLAN or PACKAGE.
The name of the application plan or package.
The bind option that is not recommended.
The bind process continues.
If DBPROTOCOL(PRIVATE) was explicitly specified for the bind-option that is not recommended, then DB2 will issue a warning during the bind-type operation on object-type. To avoid this warning, rerun the bind-type operation on object-type specifying DBPROTOCOL(DRDA) or allow the bind-type operation to default.
Now to find where it was overwritten at your site some suggestions are:
1. Look in your Gen clist lib CEHBCLS0 for members TICBNPK and TICEXBPK (packages) or TICEXBPL (plans).
2. Do TSO ISRDDN at the command line and look at the DD SYSPROC concatenation to see if there is a modified Gen
lib concatenated ahead of the real Gen clist lib