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System Options

A system option is a parameter set by the DBLOPT environment variable.

Setting a system option

#1 – Default SEND queue

#2 – Default file specification on STOP

#3 – ISAM file I/O caching

#5 – CRT mode

#7 – Message manager

#10 – Interrupt character(s)

#11 – Rounding vs. truncation

#12 – Buffered terminal output

#13 – Default SEND queue

#16 – Quit character

#17 – Terminal number returned by TNMBR

#18 – Inplace MERGE and logical endoffile

#21 – Interrupt trapping

#22 – LPQUE statement

#23 – Inplace MERGE and duplicate records

#27 – Suppression of record truncation I/O error

#28 – Mapping decimal data type to numeric

#29 – Dimensioned variable

#30 – Default terminal definition

#31 – IF statement format

#32 – Uppercasing and lowercasing

#33 – SHARE qualifier disabling

#34 – Command line syntax

#35 – VAX DIBOL–compatible functionality

#36 – File flushing

#37 – VAX DIBOL–compatible store

#38 – VAX DIBOL–compatible OPEN with O:P

#39 – VAX DIBOL–compatible OPEN with TT: and echoing characters

#40 – XCALL profiling

#41 – Cumulative XCALL profiling

#42 – Profiling regardless of compiler options

#43 – Stop message

#44 – No flush on CLOSE

#45 – Invalid key checking

#47 – Local message manager

#48 – Initialize SQL Connection

#49 – Disable debug on OpenVMS

#50 – Continue NOLOCK I/O when record locking error occurs

#52 – Line profiler

#53 – RECORD defaults to LOCAL RECORD

#54 – Relax rules for compiling with qcheck

#55 – Map Q_NO_LOCK to Q_NO_TLOCK

#56 – Ignore GRFA on GETRFA and RFA qualifiers

 

System options #9, #14, #20, #25, and #26, which were available in a previous version of Synergy DBL, are obsolete and ignored.