Subfile What is the significance of SFLRNA keyword

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Hello, This query is related SFLRNA subfile keyword. What is the significance of SFLRNA keyword? What is difference between initialization of subfile with SFLINZ only and with SFLINZ and SFLRNA keyword?

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SFLINZ and SFLRNA are associated with each other .

While using Subfile Screen to insert records into a file we will use SFLINZ Key word.
Eg:
when we gave
SFLSIZ — 100
SFLPAG– 10

Here Display file will Initialize to 100 records .

If you want to check whether there r records r there or not take pagedown, You could find that .

Association of SFLRNA With SFLINZ is which will make other 90-record inactive.

Reason to use this is :

We can save more time in this case .

This is lenghty process to explain.

I hope this is only u r expecting .

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http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/infocenter/iseries/v5r3/topic/books/sc415715.pdf

In this second article is a good discussion. The author uses SFLINZ & SFLRNA to prepare blank subfile records for data entry. Apparently adding the SFLRNA creates the blank records but sets the change flag off so subsequent readc commands will only access the changed entries.

http://www.itjungle.com/mpo/mpo112003-story02.html

Phil

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