AS/400 Command line

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I did post a question about command line few weeks ago. But now I am using menu based program but when I create a menu I still do not see the whole command line which is strange. i just see a 5 field line instead of the whole command line. can someone help me to find out why is it like that. I also do not see enter option line.

 

-------- this is all i see.

 

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M Khan

 

 

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Hello all

I did not use CRTMNU. I used STRSDA, option 2 and then using F10 I addede all the things. The whole program works except comm line which is not visible. Now I will try to use CRTMNU and make a one or two line program to see if comm line is visible.
Thank you all and I’ll get back to you all with their suggestions. THX.

M Khan

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  • philpl1jb
    You should be putting the command "scripts" into the SDA menu option, following the instructoins from the last question. So when your user selects the number of an option the menu program issues the CL command(s). Phil
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  • TomLiotta
    What parameters are you specifying on the CRTMNU command? Tom
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  • khan23
    To create menus you need to use SDA (Screen Design Aid). This is the same tool that’s used for display files. STRSDA Option 2, Design Menus. by taking “F10″ you can enter the CL command to be executed on that particular option…
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  • TomLiotta
    To create menus you need to use SDA (Screen Design Aid). No, you don't. None of the ways of creating menus require SDA. Menu objects may be created as three different types -- *DSPF, *PGM and *UIM. None of those require SDA, although SDA can make *DSPF and even *PGM menus easier to create. A menu object doesn't even require a display file object nor a panel group to be created. Tom
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  • philpl1jb
    Sorry, I got this twisted with a recent question about menu's. Phil
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