Using system’s some functional keys with Help screen

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AS/400
AS/400 Display File
iSeries
iSeries programming commands
Dear Expert,

To create Help for Display File Applications I am using HLPRCD (instead HLPPNLGRP), HLPARA keywords. In addition, I am using HLPFILE with help text for different options. For each Help record I have included HLPCMDKEY keyword and a couple keys that are typical for each Help. Example. HLPSEQ HLPCMDKEY CA01 CF03 CF12 But I would like to add system’s some additional functional keys (for instance: F13=Information Assistant, F14=Print Help). I tried doing it by the same way, but it doesn’t work (for panel group it working). Where I am wrong, and how it working with HLPRCD and HLPARA keywords? Thank you in advance,

Yuriy Umanskiy, iSeries programmer



Software/Hardware used:
AS/400 (IBMi) OS/400 version 6.1
ASKED: July 28, 2010  5:17 PM
UPDATED: July 28, 2010  11:48 PM

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  • TomLiotta
    I tried doing it by the same way,... You tried doing 'what' the same way? When your application receives <F13>, you would run GO INFO. When your application receives <F14>, you would call your routines to print your help text. That's essentially "doing it the same way" that the system does it. How are you doing it? Tom
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