AS/400 display format

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AS/400 Display File
AS/400 printing
Display File
is there any possibility to define more than 9999 display formats?

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About once every six months we get a question about display files, subfiles and 9999.
If your question is about the number of subfile records that can be loaded into a subfile the maximum is 9999. Please confirm and we can discuss design options.

Phil

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  • TomLiotta
    In a single DSPF (display file)? Actually, AFAIK, the limit is 1024 formats; so I'd expect that finding a way to go beyond 9999 will be difficult not to mention a little pointless. Tom
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  • TomLiotta
    ...And I see that this is tagged with "AS400 printing issue". How does that tie in with "9999 display formats"? Can you add some clarification? Tom
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  • Splat
    I'm just trying to figure out why anyone would want 9,999 display formats in a single display file.
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  • As400programming
    even i m wondering, what is the use of 9999 display format...i hope u r talking about display file and not subfile
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