ca.portal.admin

Re:Re: QUEUE RECORDS WITH DMLO

Discussion created by ca.portal.admin on Aug 26, 2009
Bill

I tried to send this response from my home account last night, but it
got lost somewhere in the ethers.

Using DMLO, use any subschema since you really won't need the subschema,
but DMLO insists on having one.

You use the same syntax in DMLO that you would in a program, e.g.
GET QUEUE ID 'foo' FIRST/NEXT KEEP

That will fetch the queue into the DMLO default buffer, QBUF0/1/2 ...

You can also put a queue from DMLO. Once you have a record buffer
(QBUF0, or your other record buffer), e.g.
PUT QUEUE ID 'bar' RET 42 FROM QBUF0 LENGTH 42


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