• CL program to delete dependent files

    Could any one please help me with the steps to write a CL program. I want to write a program in CL or any other language eg. RPGLE which will take physical file as an input and based on DSPDBR dependent logical files can be deleted.

    abhisheka1385 pointsBadges:
  • Update join logical file

    I have seen one topic here before which saying that join logical file can be updated and it has been many years. But I have tried to update a join logical file either using DFU or STRSQL.Neither succeed. Could someone help on this? Thanks a a lot.

    Gaoshen10035 pointsBadges:
  • MIMIX Synchronization of Logical Files

    What method is used to re-synchronize a Logical File in MIMIX V7.1

    bjburgoyne15 pointsBadges:
  • Save physical file too small in AS/400

    I would save a PF (800G with about 3 billion records) and one of its logical file. OS is v6r1. However it said the save file is too small. I remember that this limitation of save file is 2T while the size of my physical file and logical file no more than 1 T. Anyone can help me? Thanks a lot.

    liushiqiang15 pointsBadges:
  • How to compile 100 logical file single operations?

    How can I compile 100 logical files in a single operations?

    Maali20 pointsBadges:
  • How to delete 100 logical files for single operation?

    How can I delete 100 logical files delete in a single operation?

    Maali20 pointsBadges:
  • Deleting the physical files without deleting logical files

    Hi, Can anybody tell me how to delete the physical file(PF-DTA) without deleting its dependent files (LF). Actually we are having Mimix running in our live and DR system, in the DR I want to delet PF only and resync with the live.

    Syedm180 pointsBadges:
  • Logical files – V5R4

    HI we all know DSPDBR command on a PF will fetch all the dependent logical files. Can anybody tell me with a logical file's name only known is it possible to fetch the Physical files's name on whom it is dependent?   happy new year n best wishes to all Ram

    ten20081,150 pointsBadges:
  • Are logical files and indexes the same thing?

    My background is certainly in MSSQL and I've asked people at my company if they have created indexes on certain columns. They always says yes but point me to logical files.When I'm using iSeries Navigator, logical files show up under the "Views" category. However, when I click "Indexes", nothing...

    ITKE346,195 pointsBadges:
  • PMIS rebuild

    is there any way to rebuild PMIS without implementing 112841 sap note?

    onetwothreefourfive5 pointsBadges:
  • Altering keyfields inside RPG Program

    Hi all, I have a  Physical file PF with 5 different logical files (LF). PF don't have any keys at all. In RPG program I need to perform a CHAIN on this file with 2 key-fields in which 1 of the key is defined as key field in some LF's. But the other is not. Now I was asked to perform CHAIN without...

    Sai4AS4001,420 pointsBadges:
  • Help with iSeries CRTLF command

    I need to create a logical file over a physical file. Can someone help me understand what I am doing wrong. The physical file is in library IDSDAYA and is called OOIORDDP. It has 6 members and I am interested in creating a file where I can access the data in three of the members at one time. I...

    mgrady15 pointsBadges:
  • iSeries DB2 – Have Physical File need to create Logical File to access Member

    I know very little about the iSeries (I can spell it is all). I am working with an ODBC connection to get to DB2 data on the iSeries.  Everything is going extremely well other than 2 files that I need to access use members.  These are the only ones that do on the entire system.  I was told that...

    mgrady15 pointsBadges:
  • Compile all dependent logical files at once

    I would like to convay my Thanks ReshmaG & Gilly400. My main requirement is I have a Physical file called PF1.On this there are 20-logical files are depended . I have changed some attributes on my PF1. Now I want to recompile all the Logical Files , which are depended on PF1. I am writing code...

    Khadar90 pointsBadges:
  • What is the difference between a logical file and view in DB2/400?

    What is the difference between logical file and View in DB2/400?

    rajeshece1,215 pointsBadges:
  • Execution preferences for select and ommit in logical files

    For select and omit conditions in logical file, is there any preferences will be applied while in execution, like ++,-- in C language?

    sivakesava280 pointsBadges:
  • AS/400 – Create logical file based on physical file

    I have physical file with 10 Members. I wanted to create logical file with 10 members based on Physical file members during compilation. Can you help me to create logical file with 10 members?

    rajeshece1,215 pointsBadges:
  • About files

    I have a physical file and a logical file, on that physical file in a library and now I want to copy the object of that physical and logical file to another library. I copied the object of the physical file to another library which happened good but when I am copying the object of the logical file...

    JSDHFKJHA335 pointsBadges:
  • Record lock on physical file

    When a logical file is open in update mode to read and update the record, while performing read operation on logical file, lock applies on which file(logical or physical)? I have a scenario where one logical holds a lock and when another logical tries to read it shows 'Record is already lock to...

    sivakesava280 pointsBadges:
  • Getting the error CPF5257 when trying to write record in Logical File

    RPGLE Program crashing with the error CPF5257 (Failure for device or member &4 file &2 in library &3) when trying to write record in Logical File.

    vipin2m55 pointsBadges:

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