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If a failure occurs within a parent transaction, knowing which child transaction contains the failure is also useful information. Correlators are used to track these parent and child transactions. The use of correlators requires that multiple transaction start handles be active simultaneously. This requires the use of the CORR= and SHDLVAR= options in the %ARMSTRT macro. You define each parent and child transaction in the %ARMSTRT macro using the SHDLVAR= option. For each child transaction, you must also define the parent transaction using the PARNTVAR= option.
ID32, ID64 use the numeric ID simply as an identifier but not as a measurement value, such as an error code or an employee ID. No calculations can be performed on the numeric ID. SHORTSTR, use the string ID as an identifier. No calculations can be performed on the string ID. LONGSTR Restriction: METRDEF7= can only equal LONGSTR and can be a long string of 32 bytes. METRDEF1-6 cannot equal LONGSTR. Note 32 and 64 signify the number of bits in the counter, gauge, divisor, or ID. The METRVAL1-7= sends the value of the user-defined metric to the ARM agent for logging when used in the %ARMSTRT, %ARMUPDT, and %ARMSTOP.
Create a DATA step. ③ Build a Perl regular expression to identify a phone number that matches (XXX)XXX-XXXX, and assign the variable PAREN to hold the result. Use the following syntax elements to build the Perl regular expression: \( [2-9] \d \d 44 matches the open parenthesis in the area code. The open parenthesis marks the start of the submatch. matches the digits 2-9. This is the first number in the area code. matches a digit. This is the second number in the area code. matches a digit. This is the third number in the area code.