Add Export Lists to the List

When the option to 'Add export lists to list' is chosen from the Work with Export List Menu a screen similar to the following example is used to manipulate the export list:


 DC@P620017       Add Export List(s) to List          





 Enter full or partial name of the export lists to be worked with      

 or leave blank to select from all export lists  . . . . . . . _______ 



  Sel   List       Description                              System Type

   _    APEXPL     Accounts Payable Module                    AS/400 

   _    AREXPL     Accounts Receivable Module                 AS/400 

   _    GLEXPL     General Ledger Module                      AS/400 

   _    HREXPL     Human Resources Module                     AS/400 

   _    PUEXPL     Purchasing Module                          AS/400 

   _    SPEXPL     Sales Processing Module                    AS/400 

   _    PREXPL     LANSA/Project Master                       AS/400 

   _    SVEXPL     All system variables                       AS/400 




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



This facility allows you to build temporary lists of LANSA export lists and display them on the screen. From these displayed lists, export lists can be chosen for inclusion into your export list.

These lists can be built from either all export lists, or only from export lists with a specified generic name.

A displayed list may not fit on one screen. This is indicated by a '+' sign in the lower right of the screen. In such cases use the roll up and roll down keys to scroll backwards and forwards through the displayed list.

Export lists shown in the displayed list which are already included in the export list are shown with an 'X' beside them. The 'X' cannot be removed. Thus an export list cannot be removed from the export list by using this facility. Use the option 'Review/Delete Objects Already in the List' to do this.

When you want to choose an export list from the displayed list for inclusion into the export list enter any non blank character beside it in the column headed 'Sel'.

The definition of the export list (list entries, substitution variables, and before/after import commands) as opposed to the objects listed in the selected export list is what will be exported.

When you have finished using this facility, use the Cancel function key to return to the Work with Export List Menu.