HOW I MAKE A COBOL PROGRAM THAT USE A DISPLAY FILE

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HI,

I don t know how to make a cobol program that use a display file, Please i need help. Maybe someone have a shell to do this.

thanks.

 

Sylvana



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as400

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IN the FILE-CONTROL section assign your file TO WORKSTATION-xxxx
where xxx is the name of your display file (DSPF)
Then just read and write to the formats in the file.

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  • Sylvana
    HI Charlie B. Idon t know what is the way to make a cobol program in AS400. Could you tell me what is this , please thank you
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    Thank you Charlie, now the program is ok
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  • Vinaygautam
    how to write a simplest display file in cobol. like to recieve a 2 values from dsp file & add them & then display sum in Display file... please help me..
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  • TomLiotta
    how to write a simplest display file in cobol. That's what the manuals are for. Look at the ILE COBOL Programmer's Guide. There are examples already available in the manuals. See Example of a Basic Inquiry Program Using Transaction Files. Tom
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