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3.18.2 File Multilingual Attributes Maintenance

When the option to review or change a file's multilingual attributes on the file definition menu is chosen, a screen similar to this example will result:

 

 

 DC@P201701            Multilingual File - LRTB                        

                                                                       

 File : PSLMST    DC@DEMOLIB                                           

                                                                       

   Type    File Name   Physical or Logical File Description    Language

 Physical  PSLMST      Personeels hoofd                        ( DUT ) 

 Physical  PSLMST      Personnel Master                        ( ENG ) 

 Physical  PSLMST      Anagrafico Impiegato                    ( ITL ) 

 Logical   PSLMST1     PSLMST - dept,sect,empno                ( DUT ) 

 Logical   PSLMST1     PSLMST keyed on dept,sect,empno         ( ENG ) 

 Logical   PSLMST1     PSLMST chiave = dept,sect,empno         ( ITL ) 

                                                                       

                                                                       

 Fnn=Help  Fnn=Exit  Fnn=Cancel  Fnn=Messages  Fnn=Change              

                                                                       

 

 

From this screen you can:

This panel will be repeated for each language group: i.e. all LRTB (Latin languages), DBCS (Ideographic or Double Byte Character Set languages) and RLTB (Bi-directional languages).

Input Options

These input options apply to changing a file's multilingual attributes:

Physical File Description

Specifies the description of the physical file. If no description is specified it will default to the physical file name. This description is used within LANSA and within the operating system to aid system users in identifying the file.

Logical File Description

Specifies the description of the logical file. If no description is specified it will default to the logical file name. This description is used within LANSA and within the operating system to aid system users in identifying the file.