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DSPSIZ(*DS4 *DS3)  In Display File

Posted on 2006-07-15
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When both display sizes are specified with the DSPSIZ(*DS4 *DS3), the DDS compiler checks to make sure that all subfile and subfile control records will work on both display sizes even When i am  planning on displaying it only on 27 X 132.

Is there is a way to specify that you want it to work only on 27 x 132. For Some Format ?
TIA
MW

 
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Question by:midwestexp
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theo kouwenhoven earned 250 total points
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Yep No problem,

Just use one of the following option in DDS

A                                      DSPSIZ(27 132 *DS4)

or

A                                      DSPSIZ(*DS3 *DS4)
A                                      DSPMOD(*DS4)

Or even

A                                      DSPSIZ(*DS3 *DS4)
A  99                                  DSPMOD(*DS4)
A N99                                  DSPMOD(*DS3)

Regards,
Murph
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Cool Thanks Murph.
Thanks.
MW
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