Update done in physical file which does not reflect in Logical file

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AS/400
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AS400 physical file
Logical Files
Hello All,

 

1.I need to know when an update happens to Physical file the updates should not reflect in the corresponding logical file. Please let me know what needs to be done for this. 

2. How will we update a field in a physical nd not the whole record in RPG IV. Please explain with an example.

Thanks in advance

 



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If you update a PF and it does not show up in the LF, it would be one of two situations.
1. The LF you are looking at is not for the same file as the PF.
2. The LF is pointing to the correct PF, but it has Select/Omit logic so the record you added is not selected for the LF view.

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  • TomLiotta
    I need to know when an update happens to Physical file the updates should not reflect in the corresponding logical file. Are you asking for suggestions on how to make that happen? Or is it happening and you want to know reasons why? 2. Please ask unrelated questions in a new thread. This helps keep threads clean and assists future readers when they search for answers. Tom
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