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Re:Area's defined to a subschema

Discussion created by ca.portal.admin on May 19, 2010
I have one schema that has many subschemas associated with it. I'm
trying to find out what areas are included in a particular subschema.
Is there a easy way to find this information besides displaying each
subschema?

Mike Barta



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Re: Area's defined to a subschema
"Look at the SSA-024 record in the dictionary.

You can use Culprit, or OLQ or write a real program.
s-nam-024 Schema
ss-name-024 Subschema
ssa-name-024 Area

SS=IDMSNWKA
DICT=SYSDIRL
DBN=application dictionary name

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trying to find out what areas are included in a particular subschema.
Is there a easy way to find this information besides displaying each
subschema?

Mike Barta



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Re: Area's defined to a subschema
"Look at the SSA-024 record in the dictionary.

You can use Culprit, or OLQ or write a real program.
s-nam-024 Schema
ss-name-024 Subschema
ssa-name-024 Area

SS=IDMSNWKA
DICT=SYSDIRL
DBN=application dictionary name

Tommy Petersen





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I have one schema that has many subschemas associated with it. I'm
trying to find out what areas are included in a particular subschema.
Is there a easy way to find this information besides displaying each
subschema?

Mike Barta



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