Chuck and Vern,
The QUSRMVUI API returns the entries that were removed from the index effectively giving you a read and delete at the same time.
From: midrange-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:midrange-l-
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Sent: Tuesday, January 08, 2013 10:55 AM
Subject: Re: managing user indexes (*USRIDX)
On 08 Jan 2013 10:24, Rick.Chevalier@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx wrote:
Multiple programs can access a user index at the same time. The key isWhat MI instruction or API provides a "destructive read" capability for a
how they access it. You can do a 'destructive' read which removes the
entries when they are read or you can simply read the entries.
Obviously, if entries are removed when read they won't be available
for other programs to access.
User Index object? There is the by-default destructive-read of messages
read from a Data Queue, and there is an alternate means to effect a non-
destructive-read of messages\entries on a queue. Or was perhaps a private
interface that combines the effects of FNDINXEN and RMVINXEN [or the
equivalent APIs: Retrieve User Index Entries (QUSRTVUI) API and Remove
User Index Entries (QUSRMVUI) API] being described, rather than a specific
method provided by the OS to access the Independent Index?
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