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ERASE record ALL MEMBERS

Discussion created by ca.portal.admin on Feb 16, 2006
Hi all,

I'm hoping that someone already has a report to list all records and
sets needed for an ERASE record ALL MEMBERS, passing as parameter the
record name. We're getting a 0233 (on an ERASE record ALL MEMBERS)
in 2 different dialogs as something is missing in their respective
subschemas. Going thru the schema manually can be a long (and boring!)
process, so I'm hoping that someone already has a report to get the
information.

Thanks,
Laura Rochon
Ajilon Consulting
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Re: ERASE record ALL MEMBERS
"HI Chris,

It's a good idea. However, the schema has 144 areas, 695 records and
733 sets, so using the global subschema is a bit of an overkill.

Thanks anyway,
Laura

Chris Hoelscher wrote:
rather than finding the ""perfect"" list of areas, why not make a ""global""
subschema and use it ONLY for this program (pull the ERASE ALL MEMBERS
into a separate program to added security)

just a thought

Chris Hoelscher
IDMS & DB2 Database Administrator
Humana Inc
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LRF Currency
"Hi,

Any LRFers left?

We are starting an interesting project here at the Navy to change a complex auto-restart/recovery system written in the 80's to allow us to migrate to Rel 16. The application is completely LRF. Unfortunately, this system intercepts every call to IDMS and snaps and saves internal currency tables on a sequential restart file. It then restores them back into IDMS CV internal tables on a restart. Ergo - we are stuck on Rel. 12.0. Please, please try your best to refrain from replies on this design choice - I understand the unforgivable error and was not involved at that time. All the participants are either in elderly care facilities or are CEOs.

It's been a long, long time and I used to teach LRF...., BUT that was over 15 years ago...

So - I would like to verify some LRF Currency info.

Is it true that LRF only uses the currencies in the LRF control blocks on an iterative command and all other LRF calls use subschema currencies?

Does anyone have a paper that describes the exact use of currencies in LRF? (I did read the manual.)

Is the following example in the Rel 16 LRF manual incorrect??? That is, I don't believe ERASE (FIRST or NEXT) is allowed as program syntax.

Path code:
ADD

PATH-GROUP NAME IS ERASE EMP-JOB-LR

SELECT FOR KEYWORD ERASE-EMP

FIELDNAME-EQ EMP-ID-0415 OF EMPLOYEE

OBTAIN FIRST EMPLOYEE

WHERE CALCKEY EQ EMP-ID-0415 OF REQUEST

FIND EACH EMPOSITION WITHIN EMP-EMPOSITION

ON 0000 NEXT

ON 0307 ITERATE

ERASE EMPOSITION

ON 0000 ITERATE.
Program request:
ERASE FIRST EMP-JOB-LR

WHERE EMP-ID-0415 EQ '0050' AND ERASE-EMP.


Take Care,
Bruce
(717) 605-2019

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Re: LRF Currency
"Good grief, Bruce..it's time for Carrie Ballinger (used to be out of the
Clark, NJ Cullinet office) to step forward (even better yet, Dave Litwack!)
and help get the Navy out of this predicament as she was the BIG LRF
Evangelist pushing LRF as the solution back in the mid eighties and even
made an Expert Series video tape on LRF that surely some reader has
collecting cobwebs in a back office somewhere. Perhaps viewing the tape
might be a step towards refreshing your memory.

Cal Domingue, out of the CA N. California SF support office might be willing
to help if you contacted him.

Later,
Joe Perkins

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