FIELD=FOCLIST, ALIAS=E00, FORMAT=I5, $ ... -* All the rest is the same as in extr-2004-0?.mas
MASTERNAME PRE_UDR-ALL DATANAME D:\ibi\apps\baseapp\extr-2004-03.foc DATANAME D:\ibi\apps\baseapp\extr-2004-04.foc Some ideas?
Thanks, PranasThis message has been edited. Last edited by: <Mabel>,
April 07, 2004, 02:14 PM
<Pietro De Santis>
Look into the "MORE" command.
TABLE FILE extr-2004-03 PRINT * MORE FILE extr-2004-04 END
April 07, 2004, 02:25 PM
Same data structure, different data...
As Pietro says, you can use MORE. and, also, you can use the USE command.
1. Create a general EXTR master with the common data structure. 2. Concatenate the differente files using USE. 3. Write your report requests normally.
USE path\EXTR-2004-01.FOC AS EXTR path\EXTR-2004-02.FOC AS EXTR path\EXTR-2004-03.FOC AS EXTR END
TABLE FILE EXTR ... END Regards, MikelThis message has been edited. Last edited by: <Mabel>,
April 08, 2004, 05:56 AM
"USE" may be applied as be work arount to my problem (requires application code change). Thanks!
I'd like to try using feature described in Book: "Describing Data With WebFOCUS Language Version 5 Release 2" Chapter: "Describing Two-Gygabyte and Partitined FOCUS Data Sources" feature "Intelligent Partitioning". According description it is very CONVINIENT and efficient way to combine historical data stored in FOCUS format.
Has somebody tried this feature? Is it supporte for Windows (examples provided only for MVS and CMS)? Has someone perform some tests/use in production on WebFOCUS for Windows?