LISTF

LISTF

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The LISTF command lists all files defined in the VOC.

 

 

Format

 

LISTF {modes} {LPTR}

 

 

The LISTF command is a sentence to list all F type VOC entries. The listing shows the VOC name of the file, the file type, the description (field 1 of the VOC entry), the data portion pathname (field 2) and the dictionary pathname (field 3). The report is sorted by file name.

 

The file type column shows:

DHfor a dynamic hash file. This type code may be followed by
Cthe file is a data collection
Ethe file uses encryption
Ithe file has alternate key indices
Rthe file is exported for replication
Sfile statistics are enabled
Tthe file has a trigger function defined
Xthe file is in ECS mode
Dirfor a directory file. This type code may be followed by
Ethe file uses encryption
Rthe file is exported for replication
Tthe file has a trigger function defined
Multfor a multifile. This entry will be followed by a line for each subfile.
Errif the file cannot be opened.

The column is blank for a VOC entry with no data pathname.

 

The optional modes element of this command is a query processor WITH or WITHOUT clause using ENCRYPTION, REPLICATION or TRIGGER. For example,

LISTF WITH REPLICATION

would show only files that use replication.

 

The LPTR keyword will direct the output to the printer. Other query processor keywords can be appended to the command.

 

 

See also:

CREATE.FILE, DELETE.FILE, LISTFL, LISTFR, LIST.REPLICATED