• Subject: Re: determining the # of recs in a file from a CL
  • From: David Anderson <DaveAnd@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 21 Jan 1998 22:49:09 -0800

You can use the RTVMBRD command.  One of the values is the number of active
records.  Prompt the command to see what all you can get.

HTH,
Dave Anderson

David Prowak wrote:

> How can I determine the # of records in a file, from within a CL?
>
> I'll use this # to determine if I should run a Client Access data transfer
> via RUNRMTCMD.
>
> Thanks for your help.
> Dave
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