It's a File Level keyword, but other than that, nothing special...

Here is a little note of interest:

To have your native program accept input when the roll keys are pressed, 
you will need to specify a response indicator with the ROLLUP or
ROLLDOWN
keywords in the workstation's DDS specs. For example:

ROLLUP(82) ROLLDOWN(83)

Leif Svalgaard wrote:
> 
> Anything special with the DDS keywords ROLLUP
> and ROLLDOWN?
> I have them included in my DDS for a display file,
> but the system still responds with "Function key not
> allowed"  ?
> TIA
> 
> Leif Svalgaard
> 
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