Display Footer Based on conditions – Synon/2E

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Synon/2E
How do you display function keys in Footer based on conditions.

Ex: If the footer of a Display File contains F3=Exit and F4=Prompt

and if User B and C are using the application, F4=Prompt needs to be displayed to User B and not User C.



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Briefly:

Create a new format in *Standard header/footer file which does not show the normal cmd key line, but inserts a user field of length 78, or 2 field if you need both lines.

At the start of your program, in the intialise user point

*concat the appropriate F3= exit, F27=Burfls or whatever content of the field to LCL context
(you can construct each variant you might need to different ‘holding’ fields

in the *init subfile control, load whichever line is the correct one according to the user profile – howver you decide this.

– you can extend this idea to handle F23 roll a single keys line if needed
– and for the options line ..

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  • Jrv0039
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