My COBOL is rusty at best. However, I'm certain that the F-keys need to be
defined as CFnn in the DDS.

I'm sure you already know this, but, you know, gotta ask the stupid
question: Are you certain that you are reading the display format with the
data you are trying to get? It seems that you are under certain
circumstances, but not others?

If you don't get any other takers on this thread, you may need to post the
relevant source for the COBOL and DSPF.

- Dan

On Tue, Jun 28, 2016 at 5:18 PM, Basil Zangare <bazangare@xxxxxxx> wrote:


I tried it both ways. It will work If I don't write the footer and write
only the control.


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