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  • OVRDBF and UPDDTA

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  • Unable to overwrite file with OVRDBF

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  • Write record value onto DSPF using OVRDBF

    In a single CL/400 program, is it possible to declare physical file File1, then read a record and later writing the record value onto the DSPF using OVRDBF with in a same CLP?

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  • OVRDBF not showing all file records

    In CL program, declared a file FILE01 and read some records, later using OVRDBF accessed another file FILE02. Still I'm getting records of FILE01 only but not FILE02. Why? Thanks Venkat

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  • Using MONMSG to monitor for a CPF3741 message

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    Where could I get all the MONMSG list of messages to code in a CLP?

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  • RUNRMTCMD fatal error: handle is invalid

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  • RUNRMTCMD error CPF91CC – related to user id?

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  • RUNRMTCMD error CPF91CC

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  • Declare and read multiple logical files in RPGLE

    Is it possible to declare and read the Multiple logical files in RPGLE Programs? Why?

    rajeshece1,215 pointsBadges:
  • Display name as blanks in RPGLE

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  • Decide variable name based on value in RPGLE

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  • Check records in RPGLE file without reading it

    How to check the Records Existence in a file without reading a file?

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  • Change numeric field to character field in free-format RPGLE program

    I wanted to change Numeric Field to Character field. I am using Free format RPGLE Program. I have used %Char to do this operation. It is moving 2 to Character field, While trying to move 02 to Character field. I am expecting '02' in Character field. How to achieve this in Free format RPGLE Program?

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  • Usage of QTEMP and QGPL.

    Hi Group, I would like to know what is the usage of QTEMP and QGPL. I know that, Every job has its own QTEMP library. The library gets cleared every time the job ends. So, this is a great place to put truly temporary files. Are there any other uses of QTEMP. Do we need to include these libraries in...

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  • Is there a folder limit in Microsoft Outlook?

    I'm using Microsoft Outlook and I'm wondering if there's a limit to the amount of folders I can create. I need to support a ton of folders but I just don't want to hit a limit. Can anyone tell me if I will? Thanks!

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  • Accessing the data of a Particular member in COBOL/400.

    Hi Group, In a COBOL/400 Application, I need to access the data of a particular member in a Physical file. One way of achieving it is by creating a LF on that member. Is there any other way of doing it? Regards, M

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