• Subject: RE: Setting a subfile record to changed with a function key
  • From: "Fisher, Don" <DRF@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 14 Jul 1999 12:37:40 -0400

Yes and no.  There is the DDS keyword SFLCSRRRN, which usually returns the
relative record number of the subfile where the cursor was located when
control was returned to the program.  

The exception is when the cursor is positioned outside of the subfile.  In
that case, I believe the first relative record number displayed on the
screen will be returned.  The only way I know of to avoid this is to use
RTNCSRLOC to determine if the cursor was positioned within the subfile
block. 

Donald R. Fisher, III
Project Manager
Heilig-Meyers Furniture Company
(804) 784-7500 ext. 2124
Don.Fisher@HeiligMeyers.com


-----Original Message-----
From: Colin Williams [mailto:Williamsc@technocrats.co.uk]
Sent: Wednesday, July 14, 1999 11:40 AM
To: 'MIDRANGE-L@midrange.com'
Subject: Setting a subfile record to changed with a function key


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the only way to find out
which subfile record the cursor was on when the function key was pressed
seems to be to use the cursor location, RTNCSRLOC. Is there a better
way? 
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