Logging on to FILEMGMT
Logging on to FILEMGMT
The FILEMGMT subsystem must be started before you can use the following methods to log on to the FILEMGMT facility. If the subsystem has not been started, contact your dictionary administrator.
To log on to the FILEMGMT facility, choose one of the following methods:
- Select the File Management option from the Dictionary /204 main menu.
Note: The absence of the File Management option from your main menu means you are not authorized to use this facility.
- Invoke FILEMGMT from the primary screen of another Dictionary/204 or Workshop/204 facility by issuing the INVOKE command. The command syntax is:
- Call the FILEMGMT subsystem from the Model 204 command prompt by typing the subsystem name:
- If using the RKTools main menu, select the FileMGmt menu item.
If using RKWeb, select
Manage > File Managementto display the FILEMGMT primary screen, which Janus Web Legacy Support serves to your web browser.
FILEMGMT primary screen
The FILEMGMT primary screen is displayed when you log on to FILEMGMT:
FILEMGMT File Management VER 7 REL 5 Filename: Enter option number in one prefix area _ File _ Field _ Record _ Field Group _________________________ __________ __________ ______________ 1 CREATE 7 INCREASE 1 DEFINE 1 Define 1 Define 2 RESET 8 DECREASE 2 REDEFINE 2 Redefine 2 Redefine 3 Delete 9 SECURE 3 DELETE 3 Delete 3 Delete 4 ReCREATE 10 DESECURE 4 RENAME 4 Rename 4 Rename 5 Copy 11 INITIALIZE 5 Copy 5 Copy 6 Size Field, Record or Field Group Name: ===> 1=HELp 2=DOCument 3=QUIt 4= 5= 6=COMmands 7= 8= 9=DELcmds 10= 11= 12=
You can select a maintenance function from these categories:
|File maintenance||Creates a new Model 204 file, determines the size of a file, recreates or modifies the parameters of an existing file, deletes or copies a file, and performs other file maintenance functions.|
|Field maintenance||Defines fields for a new or existing file, changes existing field names or attributes, and performs other field maintenance functions.|
|Record maintenance||Defines records for a new or existing file, changes existing record names or characteristics, and performs other record maintenance functions.|
|Field Group maintenance||Defines field groups for a new or existing file, changes existing field group names or contents, and performs other field group maintenance functions.|
This section presents an overview of FILEMGMT functions. All functions can be selected from the primary screen. The functions are described in detail on additional wiki pages.
|1||CREATE||Adds a new Model 204 file. Proceeds to the File Definition - Organization screen.|
|2||RESET||Changes the values of file parameters. Proceeds to the File Parameter Reset screen.|
|3||Delete||Removes a file with its field, record, and field group entries from the dictionary. Proceeds to the File Delete screen.|
|4||ReCREATE||Recreates a Model 204 file in order to reorganize the file. Proceeds to the File Definition - Organization screen.|
|5||Copy||Copies a file and optionally its record and field definitions. Proceeds to the Copy screen for files.|
|6||Size||Sizes a file. Proceeds to the File Size Definition screen.|
|7||INCREASE||Increases the file table sizes of an existing file. Proceeds to the File Increase/Decrease screen.|
|8||DECREASE||Decreases the file table sizes of an existing file. Proceeds to the File Increase/Decrease screen.|
|9||SECURE||Secures the file.|
|10||DESECURE||Desecures the file.|
|11||INITIALIZE||Initializes an existing file. Proceeds to the File Initialize screen.|
|1||DEFINE||Defines a new field in the file. If no field name is specified, proceeds to the Field Name List screen. If a field name is specified, proceeds to the Field Attribute screen.|
|2||REDEFINE||Changes a field definition. If no field name is specified, proceeds to the Field Name List screen. If a field name is specified, proceeds to the Field Attributes screen.|
|3||DELETE||Deletes a field, proceeds to the Field Attributes screen.|
|4||RENAME||Renames a field, proceeds to the Field Attributes screen.|
|5||Copy||Copies a field; if no field name is specified, copies all fields in the file. Proceeds to the Field Copy screen.|
|1||Define||Defines a new record in the file. Proceeds to the Record Name List screen.|
|2||Redefine||Changes a record definition. Proceeds to the Record Name List screen.|
|3||Delete||Deletes a record. Proceeds to the Record Name List screen.|
|4||Rename||Renames a record. Proceeds to the Record Name List screen.|
|5||Copy||Copies a record if no record name is specified, copies all records in the file. Proceeds to the Record Copy screen.|
Field Group maintenance
|1||Define||Defines a new field group in the file. Proceeds to the Field Group List screen.|
|2||Redefine||Changes a field group definition. Proceeds to the Field Group List screen.|
|3||Delete||Deletes a field group. Proceeds to the Field Group List screen.|
|4||Rename||Renames a field group. Proceeds to the Field Group List screen.|