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Re: Record and set changes

  • 1.  Re: Record and set changes

    Posted 01-11-2007 03:59 AM
    To clear up a few questions: It is a standard set ordered last, not an
    index of any sort. I want to change it to sorted by some new fields that
    are to be populated.

    The restructure will add the new fields.

    The program will populate the new fields.

    The Express Reorg idea is good, but unfortunately we don't have it.



    It sounds like the best and easiest approach is to :

    1. Run the restructure.
    2. Extract the member records and the key of the owning set and populate
    the new fields 3. Delete the record (the only set it is a member of is
    the one being reordered).
    4. Change the schema to sorted.
    5. Readd the record. While this may be a bit expensive in terms of I/O,
    I am only talking about 104,000 records, which is not too large an
    amount.
    6. Unload/load to reorg the area.




    Thank you all for all your help and great ideas. I knew this forum would
    be a great help.

    Regards,
    Petra

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    Re: Passwords in IDMS
    "Steve,

    If you are adding a user the password is added to OCF. OCF cannot handle
    some of the characters because they are control characters in OCF. Same
    goes for IDD. I would not encourage embedded spaces.

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