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Re:A TCP/IP Question or Two

  • 1.  Re:A TCP/IP Question or Two

    Posted 08-09-2005 09:38 AM
    I would like to pose a question to those who are working with the IDMS
    TCP/IP feature.

    In looking at the IDMS literature, it appears that implementation of the
    TCP/IP feature should be fairly straightforward.

    We all know that documentation does not lie (but it doesn't always tell the
    whole truth either). :-)

    I wonder then, are there any ""gotchas"" to be aware of as we start down
    this path ?

    In addition, if/when we get to implementation, how is the reliability
    and stability of this access ?

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    Let's call the owner record FREDPTR and the member records FREDCASE. We
    want to erase all the FREDCASE instances but think it would be faster to
    Init FREDCASE-AREA and then fix the pointers in the FREDPTR instances
    with a restructure. The manuals don't provide such an example, however.
    An old Listserve message suggests something like this would work. Would
    it? Thanks.



    ...

    IDMSRSTT RECNAME=FREDPTR

    IDMSRSTT SETPTR=(1,1)

    IDMSRSTT SETPTR=(*,2,FREDPTR-FREDCASE) RE-INIT NEXT POINTER

    IDMSRSTT SETPTR=(*,3,FREDPTR-FREDCASE) RE-INIT PRIOR POINTER

    IDMSRSTT SETPTR=(4,4)

    IDMSRSTT SETPTR=(5,5)

    ...

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    "This init wil work .
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