by using INFDS i do not want to write duplicate record into PF what is the requirements for that?
Answer Question | March 19, 2012 7:29 AM
AS400 Data Definitions, AS400 iseries, INFDS
I am new to RPGLE .What is the meaning of numbers in D spec(eg:378 379B or 244 253).are there any others ways to declare INFDS or SDS ? fDROP2AD cf e workstn INFDS(INFDS) f SFILE(SUB01:RRN1) // Data Structures d Infds ds INFDS data structure d Currec [...]
Answer Question | March 6, 2012 6:20 AM
My program processes bulk of file updates, and I’m trying to figure out the file name that was failed in processing. However the limitation for INFDS is, we cannot use the same DS name for all the files declared in a program. And it’s hectic to declare unique DS for each INFDS. Is there any [...]
Answer Question | June 15, 2012 8:49 AM
AS/400, INFDS, iSeries, RPF
Does anyone have the positions for the highest RRN on a Subfile? This was found in the old CPF programmer’s guide a hundred years ago. It was right after the Lowest RRN currently displayed on the subfile. This info comes from the INFDS. Are there examples?
Answer Question | December 25, 2011 6:54 PM
AS/400, INFDS, RPG, RRN, Subfile
How will I find out total number of records in a DB file without causing any I/O operation? Also How will I detect the existence of a record in a DB file without causing any I/O operation? I think I can use INFDS and the field *RECORD but not sure how this works. Thanks, Nutan
Answer Question | June 15, 2012 11:33 AM
AS/400 DB2, AS/400 Records, DB2/400, INFDS
I declare INFDS in my program for a display file and use it to detect what key is pressed DChkfil DS D key_pres 369 369 This was working earlier and suddenly now I see in debug that the key_press variable is not working as earlier…… the variable shows one highlighted portion when i press F11 [...]
Answer Question | September 29, 2009 6:22 PM