EDIT.CONFIG

EDIT.CONFIG

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The EDIT.CONFIG command edits the QM configuration parameters.

 

 

Format

 

EDIT.CONFIG

 

 

The EDIT.CONFIG command provides an easy way to modify the QM configuration parameters. It is available only in the QMSYS account and requires the user to have administrator rights.

 

A typical screen display from this command on a system with many configuration parameters defined is as shown below. Parameters that are omitted from this file take default values.

 

ERRLOG=20

EXCLREM=0

FILERULE=7

FIXUSERS=21,10

FSYNC=0

GDI=0

GRPSIZE=1

INTPREC=13

JNLDIR=\qmjnl

JNLMODE=3

LPTRHIGH=66

LPTRWIDE=80

MAXIDLEN=127

MUSTLOCK=0

NETFILES=2

NUMFILES=500

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Additive value controlling extended file syntax.

1 = Allow account:file,

2 = Allow server:account:file,

4 = Allow PATH: prefix.

 

 

                                                   F1=Help

 

The upper portion of this display shows the configuration data with the cursor positioned on the currently selected parameter. The lower portion shows descriptive text for the selected parameter. A message may also appear if the parameter value fails to meet validation rules.

 

To move through the parameters, use any of the following keys:

 

Ctrl-N

Cursor down

Move down to next line

Ctrl-P

Ctrl-Z

Cursor up

Move up to previous line

 

Page down

Move down one page

 

Page up

Move up one page

 

The amend a line, simply type new data or use any of the standard editing keys:

 

Ctrl-A

Home

Position the cursor at the start of the input data

Ctrl-B

Cursor left

Move the cursor left one character

Ctrl-D

Delete

Delete character under cursor

Ctrl-E

End

Position the cursor at the end of the input data

Ctrl-F

Cursor right

Move the cursor right one character

Ctrl-H

Backspace

Backspace one character

Ctrl-K

 

Delete all characters after the cursor

 

Insert

Toggle insert/overlay mode. When overlay mode is enabled, data entered by the user replaces the character under the cursor rather than being inserted before this character.

 

Clearing a line deletes the parameter.

 

To insert a new parameter, press the Return key on the line under which the insertion is to occur.

 
To terminate the editor, optionally saving changes, press the Esc key.