Chris

Does the following link help?

http://patrickarchibald.com/displayCobol400Cursor.do

It shows how to pragmatically control the cursor position.

Thanx, PLA


On 10/30/07, Chris Chambers <chrisc00@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

I've read the manual on this one and was hoping for some erudite
discussion
from people who have also had the similar problem or know for sure that it
cannot be achieved.

I'm talking specifically about the positioning of the cursor when the user
is paging thru the subfile and control has not been passed back to the
program. SFLRCDNBR is in the subfile control record and this is only
changed
when the user hands back control to the program by hitting enter.

How can we take advantage of the helpful features of the subfile
(scrolling
without troubling the program) and yet ensure that the subfile itself can
always position the cursor at the 1st row on the screen (or can't it ?)


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