I do have front ends that bring up those control records. And they do
show what I want shown.wrote:
On Fri, May 13, 2011 at 12:43 PM, Vern Hamberg<vhamberg@xxxxxxxxxxx>
The use of data areas varies according to your kind of shop, I think.
When everything is in-house, then using copy members and the like might
be fine. I think for a vendor, things are different. One could use a
single-record control file, but then you need some way to maintain it -
DFU works, as does OpsNav, but a front-end is probably better. Again,
thingour case, we have some commands wrapped around the CHGDTAARA, but it'd
be cool to have a menu option that brings up panels with all the values
we want people to manage - same kind of thing could be used with
On 5/13/2011 11:17 AM, Jeff Crosby wrote:
I have individual application single record control files to store
copylike last invoice number used, current billing date, etc.
Other things are defined as constants and stored in copy members. An
example of this is we use route 995 for customer pickups. So in a
but Imember I have
D @PkpRot C 995
And yes, I know the @ could cause a problem if we go multinational,
Hauser<Hauser@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxdon't see that happening.
On Fri, May 13, 2011 at 11:17 AM, Birgitta
we just had a discussion about using data areas.
In my opinion they are not heavily used or needed.
I either create a table/physical file or store the information in
(Lesvariables in a specific service program. The data within these global
variables is set and retrieved by calling procedures.
I?m just curious, are you using data areas (heavily) or not?
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