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  • DSPF How to use Moubtn with Pshbtnfld and pshbtnchc

    Hi, I have a DSPF with two format FMT01, FMTCM. In FMT01 I have defined MOUBTN(*ULP CF21) so when I push left button of the mouse on a specific field, *INKV(CF21) is activated and the program RPGILE do a call to a window.In FMTCM that is used as feet of the DSPF I have defined PSHBTNFLD with...

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  • Returning AS/400 parameters from procedures

    If I have a sub procedure :- P SUBP B D SUBP PI X(10) D Parm1 X D Parm2 X D Parm3 X(10) value options(*nopass) D Data_item X(10) C /free C [some][/some]C If %parm < 3 C Return Data_item C Else C Parm3 = Data_item C Return C Endif C /end free P SUBP E And then if I call it using Callp SUBP(A: B:...

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  • Reading Subfile

    How we can read whole subfile (whether records are changed or not)?

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  • Default error/exception handler

    If we have any error/exception in the RPG ILE subprocedure and we have default error/exception handler routine *PSSR in that module. will control go to the *PSSR?

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    What have you found to be an over-riding reason to use a sub-procedure in an RPG program instead of a sub-routine?

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  • How can i position the cursor at the beginning of the input field?

    Program a calls pgm b that displays a window, with first input field an unsigned numeric, length 3. Screen is compiled with *rstdsp = yes. Control passes to pgm c then back to b. On return to b, the cursor is always at the 3rd position in the input field as it was before going to program c. How can...

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