Since a long time ago I do not have limits in sub file size, nor in the
width.  I have moved to the web.  Highly recommended.

El 2019-11-25 a las 13:15, dlclark@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx escribió:
"MIDRANGE-L" <midrange-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote on 11/25/2019
10:56:41 AM:
"MIDRANGE-L" <midrange-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote on 11/25/2019
10:33:24 AM:
I'm sure Jerry - it is only limited by the number of records you
store and/or rebuild. I can only guess that whoever wrote the
program you are talking about imposed their own limit of 9,999.
In 30 years of subfile programming I have never been able to
load
more than 9,999 lines in a subfile. Has something changed?

SFLSIZ (Subfile Size) keyword for display files

You use this record-level keyword on the subfile-control record format to
specify the number of records in the subfile.

The maximum number of records allowed is 9999. This keyword is required
for the subfile-control record format.


Sincerely,

Dave Clark

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