• Subject: Re: Object comparison
  • From: "Simon Coulter" <shc@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 26 Sep 00 13:03:01 +1000
  • Importance: Normal

M
Hello Richard,

You wrote:
>You can use DSPFFD to check each field individually.  You can use DSPFD to
>check record format levels.  If you want to use MI, you could extract the
>database file format objects and compare them.  This would be a questionable
>idea since the format objects may change between releases and this would
>make your program unreliable.

You could reduce the release compatibility issues by using the QDBRTVFD and 
QDFRTVFD 
APIs.

Regards,
Simon Coulter.


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