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  • How to find indicator and relative record number fields in DB2/400

    In DB2/400, even after we delete record from file, the record exists until we are done with RGZPFM. The deleted record can be identified by a indication field with value "Y" or "N". How to see this indicator field? How to see the DB2/400 RRN (Relative record number) field? I tried with RUNQRY...

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  • Is there a limit to the relative record number(RRN) for physical file on system i , we are on V5R4 version of OS400

    Is there a limit to the relative record number(RRN) for a physical file on system i , we are on V5R4 version of OS400. If yes, what are the likely issues we would have to face?  

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  • Duplicate record

    When attempting to rewrite a record after moving/changing one of the components of the key, it hits a error - ie. duplicate key. But after investigation using sql, there is no such existing key value in the database. Why is this happening ?

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  • Is RRN part of the record?

    I have one doubt whether RRN is part of Record or not

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  • Relative record number

    How do we see(display) relative record number(RRN)

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  • RPG – Subfile – Read using RRN

    Is it possible to read a subfile record if its RRN number is known? In my case, when on a subfile record, if F4 is pressed a Prompt window is displayed to list codes. When a code is selected I want this selected code to appear in my subfile record for which the F4 was pressed. In my case I have RRN...

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