>> I have a problem with Write Opcode. I have a Write to a Unique keyed
>file
>> & I give LO Indicator to stop it from erring out when a duplicate record
>> write occurs. I experienced that some times the Write writes a
>record(data
>> wasn't duplicate)  to the file & still sets on the LO Indicator. Could
>> somebody tell me Why??? Am I missing something??? Your help will be
>> greatly appreciated, Prakash.
>
>The indicator L0 is a special indicator that comes on during every  RPG
>cycle.  RPG turns it on automatically.  Try staying away from the L
>indicators for that purpose.
>
>Gary Kuznitz



I think Prakash was referring to the  HI-LO-EQ resulting indicator
positions, and not the L0 indicator.

re: why not chain first...

If you usually end up adding records, you can assume you'll be adding
records, and save the time expense of the extra chains.  Of course, if the
error indicator turns on you'll have to determine -why- you had a problem
writing a record.

--Paul E Musselman
PaulMmn@ix.netcom.com


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