Any keyword to show a line on the subfile (Window subfile) after the heading?

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In my Window subfile, after writing all the header part, I want to show a line. Instead of coding 5 1'----------------------' is there any other keyword for that?

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None that I am aware of.

You can create a constant in your program and display that field.

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  • RamvishakRamesh
    ok..thank you
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  • ToddN2000
    You can use the DSPATR(UL) and that will underline the heading
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  • TomLiotta
    There is no DDS attribute that is like a HTML <HR> (Horizontal Rule) tag. If you need to manipulate display areas like HTML, you can create your displays using UIM (the User Interface Manager).   With UIM, you could define a data area with a heading separated from a detail area by specifying BOTSEP=RULE. A horizontal rule line would be placed below the heading. The Application Display Programming manual can be downloaded for reference to the UIM tag language. If you're familiar with HTML, you'll see many similarities.   Tom
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  • RamvishakRamesh
    Not only the heading, but I want to draw a line on the full length of screen.
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  • TomLiotta
    I have added another comment, but you'll have to wait for it to be released. If you want to use DDS, you have to display a constant of dashes. There is no DDS keyword. To do it with a keyword, you have to use a different language, UIM, not DDS. -- Tom
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