File Loop Expansion Tokens

 

File loop expansion tokens are used to insert information about the current file being processed within the context of a file loop into the output stream. File loop tokens can only be used inside a file loop.

 

File Loop Token

Description

<FLOOP_ADDRESSING>

 

Inserts the addressing size of the current data file.

<FLOOP_CHANGE_TRACKING>

 

Inserts a string indicating whether the structures first assigned file has change tracking enabled.

<FLOOP_COMPRESSION>

 

Inserts a string indicating whether the current file has data compression enabled.

<FLOOP_DESC>

 

Inserts the description of the current file.

<FLOOP_DENSITY>

 

Inserts the default key density of the current file.

<FLOOP_NAME>

 

Inserts the file name of the current file definition.

<FLOOP_NAME_NOEXT>

 

Inserts the file name of the current file definition, with the file extension removed.

<FLOOP_ODBC_NAME>

 

Inserts the ODBC table name of the file definition that is currently being processed.

<FLOOP_PAGESIZE>

 

Inserts the page size of the current file.

<FLOOP_RECTYPE>

 

Inserts a string indicating the record type of the current file.

<FLOOP_RPS_NAME>

 

Inserts the name of the repository file definition that is currently being processed.

<FLOOP_STATIC_RFA>

 

Inserts a string indicating whether the current file has static RFA’s enabled.

<FLOOP_STORED_GRFA>

 

Inserts a string indicating whether the structures first assigned file has stored GRFA’s enabled.

<FLOOP_TYPE>

 

Inserts a string indicating the file type of the current file.

<FLOOP_UTEXT>

 

Inserts the user text string of the current file.

 

 


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