Synon/2E

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Hello, Let’s say my physical file has 1000 records, and I want to read 500th directly. Is this possible in Synon 2E? If possible can anyone explain me the way to implement it? Thanks & Regards Bibin George

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Ca allows functions to be built over the Physical Access path, by default, it uses a RRN internally.

Create a PMTRCD as the base for a test function. define your file a a parameter, and its fields aas ‘N@ parameters.

Visit the screen, and show whatever bits of record make sense, add an input field of RRN.

At the ‘user defined calc’ make a rtvobj over the Physical access path and give it the RRN,

place the return values onto the screen.

Set *Confirm to no so you can keep going around and around.

- Mess with the code and debug if necessary until it gets the data you want.

- incorporate to a real function.

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  • Jrv0039
    I can assist you with this question and any other questions regarding 2E and Plex. We work very closely with CA, with our expertise being primarily around the 2E and Plex environments. Please contact me directly if you have any further questions and/or if you would like further clarification. jvigliano@adcaustin.com.
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