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Re: User space size for web subfiles (QdtsAppendSF)



fixed

Is this a WDSC question for this list?  Or, are you having a problem 
better asked on the midrange-l list or the rpg400 list?

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Re: [WDSCI-L] User space size for web subfiles (QdtsAppendSF)






What exactly is the problem that is fixed in WDSC 5.1.2.4?  Is it related 
to
how the subfile (table) is defined?  I thought it had to do with the size 
of
the user space that is created, and used by the QdtsAppendSF API..

Thanks,
Michael Soucy

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To: "Websphere Development Studio Client for iSeries" 
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Subject: Re: [WDSCI-L] User space size for web subfiles (QdtsAppendSF)


> Make sure you have WDSC5.1.2.4 and run the iSeries Web Tools migration
tool
> against your web project to pick up the latest runtimes for your 
project.
> In the Web perspective, right click your web project->migrate->iSeries 
Web
> Tools project... There was a fix for a similar problem.
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> _________________________________________
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>              PM                        subfiles (QdtsAppendSF)
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> Can anyone tell me how to change the size of the user space that is
> created, and used by the QdtsAppendSF subfile API?  I have an 
application
> that I have written where I need to increase the size of the user space
> because the subfile (table) is filled up before all the records are
> written.  At the very least can someone point me to a redbook or other
> publication that covers that?
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> Thanks,
> Michael Soucy
> michaelsoucy@xxxxxxxxxxx
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