• Subject: Objet : Re: Subfile page
  • From: David Morris <dmorris@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 14 Jan 1998 09:09:22 -0700


If you are using ILE it would be pretty easy to retrieve your file name from 
the INFDS and 
retrieve the subfile page (and a whole lot more) using the retrieve display 
file information API 
QDFRTVFD.  We have used these APIs do things that sound similar to what you are 
to do.  From RPGIII it is possible but most of the information is returned in 
offset tables 
which lends itself to pointers.  If all you want is that one specific piece of 
information then it 
shouldn't be real difficult.

David Morris

>>> "Denis Robitaille" <DRobitaille@Cascades.com> 01/14 6:44 AM >>>
>I think i was not clear in my first post. It is the page-size that i want to 
>soft code in the program. >As for the page i am on, i can get this information 
>from the feedback area.

>Denis Robitaille
>Cascades Inc.

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