April 03, 2008, 11:47 AMhammo1j
I think the spirit of the message is that 99% of reports are from a single logical path and you have probably done something wrong if you have a multipath in the wf reporting tree.
Normally this is the case and you have typed a fieldname wrong etc.
However there might be the 1% of cases where it is useful.
(You can suppress the message by SET FOC441 I think)
rdbmses solve the problem by cartesianing everything so there is no tree structure and this problem never occurs so you could set cartesian=on.
If you want to display 2 sets of children side by side (IMHO the most likely 99% of the 1%)then use
April 03, 2008, 11:48 AMwebmeister
Thank you all for responding, however, I still have some questions, based on how we use focus here.
We make our FEX's using VM/CMS XEDIT functions, and the same with making our JCL (Yes, we create our JCL for MVS/TSO in VM/CMS's XEDIT) and then submit via an EXEC, the batch JCL to run our FOCEXEC's on MVS/TSO.
I mention this only to let you see where I am coming from.....I don't think I have a way of getting to or using the Advanced Search feature mentioned, so is there information about this in a FOCUS manual somewhere, or can someone please further explain?
Thanks again....looking forward to hearing from you all!
April 03, 2008, 11:54 AMPrarie
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