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Table Of Contents

Chapter 1.Source Entry Utility Overview
Summary of Features
AuthorityRequirements
Chapter 2.Starting the Source Entry Utility
Starting SEU from the Programming Development Manager
Starting SEU from the Programmer Menu
Starting SEU from the Screen Design Aid
Starting SEU from the Command Line
STRSEU Command Syntax
Default File, Library, and Member Values for the STRSEU Command
Default Type and Option Values for the STRSEU Command
Default New Member Values for the STRSEU Command
Using the STRSEU Command with Parameters
Using the STRSEU Command with Command Prompts
Chapter 3.Working with Members
Viewing a List of Members
Changing the List of Members
To change the list of members:
Creating a Member
BrowsingMembers
Changing the Browse Session Environment
Browsing in Full Screen Mode
Splitting the Browse Display
Editing a Member
Special Records in the Record Field
How the Work with Members Using SEU Display is Processed
How the Edit Display is Processed
How an Edit Session Works
Chapter 4.Changing the Edit Session Environment
Changing the Default Case for a Member Type
Editing in Full Screen Mode
Chapter 5.Using Syntax Checking
Finding and Flagging Syntax Errors
Using Syntax Checking When Inserting or Changing Records
Syntax Checkers for AS/400 Source Types
Syntax Checkers for System/36 Source Types
Syntax Checkers for System/38 Source Types
Chapter 6.Finding and Changing Character Strings
Finding and Changing Strings
Finding Records by Date
Finding Syntax Errors
Finding a String in a List of Members Using PDM
ChangingStrings
Exiting from SEU after Using Find String
Chapter 7.Using Line Commands
Sequence Numbers for Records
Changing the Increment Used for Sequence Numbers
SpecifyingTargets
CopyingRecords
Copying Records Repeatedly
DeletingRecords
Inserting Blank Records
MovingRecords
RepeatingRecords
PrintingRecords
EnteringData
Displaying a Columns Line
CreatingPrompts
Using Prompts for New Records – Example
Using Prompts for Embedded SQL Statements – Example
Displaying Format Lines
Inserting a Format Line – Example
Inserting Blank Lines with a Format Line – Example
Defining and Inserting Skeleton Lines
DisplayingTabs
Inserting a Tabs Line – Example
Changing the Display
Positioning Records on the Display
Excluding Records from the Display
Excluding Records – Example
Showing Excluded Records
Showing Excluded Records – Example
Rolling the Member Forward or Backward
Shifting the Data in Records
Shifting a Block of Records – Example
Shifting and Truncating the Data in Records
Controlling the Window Position
Changing the Horizontal Position – Example
Rules for Entering Line Commands
Performing More Than One Operation
OverlappingCommands
PendingOperations
Using Line Commands during Pending Operations
Line Command during Pending Operation – Example
Using Line Commands on Split Displays
Summary of Line Commands
|Chapter 8.User-Defined Line Commands
| 1.Identifying Parameters passed to the User-Defined Line Command Program
|Identifying Parameters passed to the User-Defined Line Command
|Specifying which User-Defined Line Command Programs to Use
|Accessing the SEU Exit Point
|Adding Programs to the SEU Exit Point
|Removing Programs from the Exit Point
|Replacing Programs in the Exit Point
|Displaying Program Information
|Using User-Defined Line Commands
|Returning to SEU from the User-Defined Line Command Program
| SplitSessions
|Conflicts between SEU line commands and User-Defined Line
Chapter 9.Using Source Entry Utility Commands
Entering SEU Commands on a Split Display
FINDCommand
CHANGECommand
SETCommand
TOPCommand
BOTTOMCommand
SAVECommand
FILECommand
CANCELCommand
Chapter 10.Editing with Prompts and Format Lines
CommandPrompts
SelectingPrompts
Selecting a High-Level-Language Prompt
Canceling a Prompt
FormatLines
Selecting a Format Line
Chapter11.CreatingPrompts
Creating a Prompt
Changing a User-Defined Prompt
Selecting a User-Defined Prompt
Defaults for Storage and Retrieval of User-Defined Prompts
Restricting Access to Your User-Defined Prompts
Creating Additional User-Defined Prompt Files
Chapter 12.Exiting from Source Entry Utility
Chapter 13.Creating a Source Member – Tutorial
Starting a Session with the STRSEU Command
Inserting Source Statements with the Insert Command
Inserting Source Statements with a Format Line
Inserting Source Statements with a Prompt
Saving the Member
Chapter 14.Changing a Source Member – Tutorial
Starting a Session from the Work with Members Using PDM Display
Changing Records Directly
Changing Records with a Format Line
Changing Records with the SEU FIND Command
Copying Records with the Split Edit/Browse Display
Changing Records with a Prompt
Saving the Changes
Chapter 15.Creating a User-Defined Prompt – Tutorial
Defining a Prompt Code
Creating a Field for the Prompt
Displaying and Saving the Prompt
Appendix A.SEU in the System/36 Environment
The DSU Procedure
How DSU Procedure Parameters Map to STRSEU Parameters
The SEU Procedure
How SEU Procedure Parameters Map to STRSEU Parameters
Appendix B.SEU in the System/38 Environment
The EDTSRC Command
Appendix C.Double-Byte Character Sets
Enabling DBCS for SEU
Using DBCS with SEU Displays
Displays That Accept DBCS Data
AS/400 Prompts and Fields That Accept DBCS Data
System/36 Prompts and Fields That Accept DBCS Data
System/38 and AS/400 Prompts and Fields That Accept DBCS Data
Considerations for Using DBCS on SEU Displays
DBCS in Split Displays
Using DBCS with SEU Commands and Functions
Finding and Changing DBCS Strings
Printing DBCS Source Data
Considerations for Using DBCS with SEU Commands
DBCS Conversion in SEU
When to Use DBCS Conversion with SEU
Considerations for Using DBCS Conversion
Appendix D.Recovering from Errors
|Format of the User Space
|The User Space as a Single Block
|The User Space as Three Blocks of Information
|Referencing the User Space—Examples
|ILE RPG Example without Pointers
|ILE RPG Example using Pointers
|C Example using Pointers
|PLI Example using Pointers
|ILE COBOL Example using Pointers
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