Hi,

From a C program view, the 2nd (__type) and the 3rd parameters (__field)
should refer to some user defined structure (type name) and its containing
field (member name). Those do not need typedef, I think. The description
of the macro offsetof may help to study the usage. But I don't understand
what specific type name and member name would be used in your context. :-)
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Offsetof
http://www.cplusplus.com/reference/clibrary/cstddef/offsetof/


#define _SET_UPDATE_NULL_MAP_FIELD(__file,__type,__field)

(*((__file)->in_null_map + offsetof(__type,__field)) =

__NULL_VALUE)




Richard Feng




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I am trying to work with data that has NULL fields defined and need to
update a file. I am reading the data from a journal entry and can see the
NULL map in the journal entry, the manuals say I need to update the null
map
fields before I call the _Rupdate() function, but that’s where things get a
little confusing. The _SET_NULL_MAP_FIELD() macro takes 3 parameters, first
the _RFILE ptr, then a type (I assume this is wher it needs to be ‘0’ or
‘1’
to determine if NULL) plus a field. But it offers no explanation of the
input required? I assume because it is a volatile char *const that this is
an array of characters which needs to be set to ‘0’ or ‘1’ according to the
fields in the file?



This is the macro definition



#define _SET_UPDATE_NULL_MAP_FIELD(__file,__type,__field)

(*((__file)->in_null_map + offsetof(__type,__field)) =

__NULL_VALUE)



I cannot find any typedef which relates to the __type or __field element?



I have determined the content of the data and it shows that F9 needs to be
set as a ‘1’ and F0 to ‘0’, but I am not sure how to code up the above
macro
to achieve this? I also see the data for the field which is F0 in the null
map is the data to be changed so I know the _Rupdate() function should take
the NULL map and set the data accordingly but not sure how to implement?
This is only part of the problem, but once I get the null map set I am sure
the rest will make sense.



Any advice will be gladly accepted.



Chris…



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