Loading multiple subfields in RPGLE

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hello sir, Actually i know the procedure how to load subfile  i have done this. But I want to load two subfile at a time in single screen , Just tell me the procedure which functionality i have to add in this problem ,,,

Suppose I have two display record format then right now what i have to do for loading these two dsp record format ... tell me details procedure ..........Thanks In adv

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You load two subfiles the same way you load one subfile except you will have two loops to write the subfile record formats instead of just one loop. And if you want to load three subfiles, you will code three loops, one loop for each subfile record format. If you want to load four subfiles, code four loops.

Loading multiple subfiles is easy.

The tricky part might involve getting them all to <b>display</b> correctly. Displaying a subfile is separate from loading a subfile.

Tom

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  • philpl1jb
    This is the third time you have asked this question. Please clarify your question. Do you need to know about the display file? The commands to show/read the screen? The program steps to load data into the subfiles? Phil
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