• Subject: Re: Retrieving the File level Identifier
  • From: cmassoglia@xxxxxxxxxxx (Charlie Massoglia)
  • Date: Sat, 2 Aug 1997 18:14:26 -0400 (EDT)

Michael Franchino wrote:

>I need to retrieve the file level identifier of a file to store in a
>database file that I am using for an EDI Mapping program. I tried DSPFD
>command but couldn't find that field anywhere.
>
>Is the record format identifier just as good?
>
DSPFD TYPE(*RCDFMT) provides this information.  Remember, the format level
ID applies to the RECORD FORMAT, not the FILE.

DSPFFD also gives you this information.


Charlie Massoglia, Massoglia Technical Consulting, Inc.
PO Box 1065, Okemos, MI 48854, USA
517-676-9700  Fax: 517-676-1006  EMAIL: cmassoglia@voyager.net


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