Hi Alan,

For a load all subfile shouldn't the SFLSIZ be 9999?

Robert Rogerson

On Fri, Apr 15, 2011 at 11:15 AM, Alan Shore <ashore@xxxxxxxx> wrote:

Hi everyone
this may be a situation where I cannot see the wood for the trees (at least
- that's what I hope it is)
Whenever I need to create a subfile program, I use a template and create a
page-at a time subfile
This particular case, I can guarantee that the limit of 9,999 records being
displayed will NOT be reached, so I decide to do a load all subfile
My SFLSIZ is larger (13) than my SFLPAG(12) and I have no problems in
displaying the data
EXCEPT when I reach the end of the display
My SFLEND(*MORE) is operating as expected. The only problem is that when I
press the Page Down key, it starts from the beginning
I expected it to NOT move and give me an error
When I start from the beginning, and press Page Up, nothing seems to
happen, but at the same time, I do not receive an error
Anyone have any ideas?


Alan Shore
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