COL.HDG.ID

COL.HDR.ID

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The COL.HDG.ID keyword causes the query processor to use the display clause field names as the default column headings.

 

 

Format

 

COL.HDG.ID

 

 

The query processor normally uses the display name entry from the dictionary as the column heading in a report. Use of the COL.HDG.ID keyword causes use of the actual field name as the column heading for all fields unless overridden by use of COL.HDG.

 

 

Example

 

The command

 

LIST INVOICES VALUE CUSTOMER.NAME WITH NO AMT.PAID

 

would normally produce a display such as

 

LIST INVOICES VALUE CUSTOMER.NAME WITH NO AMT.PAID

Invoice  ...Value  Customer...................

74529    £1712.43  J McTavish

74273      £95.23  County Newspapers

63940     £141.00  R Bryant

74993       £9.29  Write Right Stationery

4 records listed.

 

 

Adding the COL.HDG.ID option, the command

 

LIST INVOICES VALUE CUSTOMER.NAME WITH NO AMT.PAID COL.HDG.ID

 

would produce a display such as

 

LIST INVOICES VALUE CUSTOMER.NAME WITH NO AMT.PAID

INVOICE  ...VALUE  CUSTOMER.NAME..............

74529    £1712.43  J McTavish

74273      £95.23  County Newspapers

63940     £141.00  R Bryant

74993       £9.29  Write Right Stationery

4 records listed.