I am doing maintenance on a RPGIII program. I need a way to determine if the user changed a field on the screen (not a subfile). The keyed value can be the same as the originally displayed value (or different) but I need to know it was keyed and not just left.
I thought I could use the Modified Data Tag for this. But it appears I am wrong. :/
By "a field", do you mean "any field" or "a specific field"?
Whichever it is, you'll probably want to use the
CHANGE (Change) keyword (http://www-01.ibm.com/support/knowledgecenter/ssw_ibm_i_61/rzakc/rzakcmstdfchng.htm?lang=en).
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