Page load subfile?

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AS/400 Subfiles
What is a page load subfile?
ASKED: July 11, 2013  7:14 AM
UPDATED: July 11, 2013  12:21 PM

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  • TomLiotta
    It's a subfile that is defined for a program to load a page of. . Tom
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  • dinuas400
    You mean to ask about expanding subfile?? It is kind of subfile in which page up will be handled by the system itself. Page down should be handled by our program logic using indicators.
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  • ravula
    there are 3 techniques for subfile page loading Load all expandable single page For load all technique system will take care of this page up and page down (subfile size should be greater than subfile page) For expandable for page up sytem will take care and need to write a program logic to page down(subfile size should be greater thann subfile page) For singel page as it will load a page every time we need to handle both Page up and page down(subfile size should be equal to Subfile page) Thanks, satya
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