Display Footers in Subfiles

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Hi, I have a dual display subfile. I am able to do display the screens allright but it's the footer record i am unable to display at all. I have made sure that the second subfile record doesn't overlap my footer area (by footer, i mean the area where i want to display my Function keys). I have used overlay and inzrcd without any success. Can anyone pls help me understand what i have to correct here? Thanks in advance.

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Make sure that you are writing your display record for the footer prior to the exfmt for the subfile control record.

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  • Me2learn
    I have done the following without success; Write FTR Write SFL1 Write SFL2 Read SFL1 Read SFL2 I tried exfmt but it waits for a key pressed to display SFL2, hence, i split it to a Write and a read. This made my screen work but the FTR does not get displayed. Pls advise.
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  • astradyne
    Hi Do you have the OVERLAY keyword specified on the SFL1 subfile control record? If not then it will effectively clear the screen when it sends the record format to the display. Failing that, can you post the DDS for the display file and we can see if anything jumps out. All the best Jonathan
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  • Me2learn
    Thanks, having put that OVERLAY keyword where it belonged, my screens display is fine. I had the wrong impression and that means back to RTFM. Thanks again.
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