Entering -ve values in PF using STRDFU.

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AS/400
DB2/400
Hi Group,

I created a PF and I need to enter -ve values in one of the field by using STRDFU.
the field is defined in the following manner:
SALES          5P 0       ALIAS(EP_SALES)


Thanks & Regards,
Rama Krishna



Software/Hardware used:
AS/400, DB2/400.

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  • CharlieBrowne

    So put in the number followed by the minus sign 123-

    Then field Exit

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  • TomLiotta
    Assuming that "-ve" means "negative", we need to know what emulator you're using. In general, you want to press the [Field-] key after typing the numeric value. But we have no way to know how your emulator makes the [Field-] function available. You'll need to look at how your keyboard mapping is set up. It could also be helpful not to use things like "-ve" in questions since we have to guess what it means. -- Tom
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  • mvrkrishna
    Thanks Tom and Charlie. I am using 'symtrax telnet'. I checked the keyboard mapping. Now i could enter negative values.

    Regards,
    Rama krishna
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