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Re: STMF text



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>Is there a way to change (add) text to a STMF file?  "Text" shows up when
>you WRKLNK.

The cpytoimpf supports an *add, so you could "add" data to a stmf.
CPYTOIMPF FROMFILE(FTPLOG) TOSTMF('/xxx/ftplog') MBROPT*ADD)
I beleive when Reeve mentioned seeing TEXT, he is referring to the V4R5
feature
in the WRKLNK where opt 5 will the display data in a stmf (like a green
screen notepad).
And you certainly can have ".txt" on files in IFS directories, like
/xxx/ftplog.txt
Reeve, you also, with proper mapping, or netserver shares, use Notepad or
other
pc editors to add/change files in IFS directories.
Have also seen some stuff in the rpg-l@midrange.com and the ibm redbook Who
Knew
You Could Do That with RPG IV? SG24-5402, where an rpg program could
write directly to IFS files.
jim franz

----- Original Message -----
From: "Simon Coulter" <shc@flybynight.com.au>
To: <midrange-l@midrange.com>
Sent: Friday, August 31, 2001 10:32 PM
Subject: Re: STMF text


M
Hello Reeve,

You wrote:
>Is there a way to change (add) text to a STMF file?  "Text" shows up when
>you WRKLNK.

Only objects in QSYS.LIB have text associated with them.  The other IFS file
systems do not have text as an architected attribute (i.e., files and
directories under Unix, OS/2, Winslop, etc. do not have a text attribute) so
there is no way to set text for stream file, directories, or even QDLS
objects
because the underlying objects don't have that attribute.

Regards,
Simon Coulter.


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