Controlling Display sizes

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I have an application that, when called, displays a full screen subfile as an 80 wide record (*DS3 at the file level). This works fine from any command line but, this application needs to be available from within an SEU session where the session is set to 132 wide also. Obviously I cannot display the existing sfl as is so, I figured I would create a window sfl to be displayed when the session is 132 (*DS4). Here's the probelm; since the display size is set at the file level already as *DS3, how do I set my new wdwsfl to be *DS4 within the same file? I have learned that anything is possible when programming but this seems to an exception.

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I don’t want to appear dense, but why do you believe there is a problem when displaying a *DS3 subfile from a SEU session? I have no problem using F21 to call such an application. Are you using some other mechanism?

Bruce Vining

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