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WTSupported in traditional Synergy on Windows
WNSupported in Synergy .NET on Windows
USupported on UNIX
VSupported on OpenVMS
xcall FS_PARAM([rtrn_level], [record_size], [last_rec], [rtrn_channel], [which_level], & [which_channel][, error])
(optional) Returned with the file‑stack level. (n)
(optional) Returned with the record size of the logical file. (n)
(optional) Returned with the last record written to the logical file. (n)
(optional) Returned with the file‑stack channel. (n)
(optional) The file‑stack level to access. (n)
(optional) The file‑stack channel to use. (n)
(optional) Returned with one of the following error flags: (n)
0 = No error occurred.
1 = Not a file‑stack channel.
2 = File stack not active.
4 = No logical file stacked.
6 = Invalid file‑stack level.
FS_PARAM returns information about a given logical file for a given file‑stack system.
If which_level is not passed or is passed and zero, the current (highest) logical file (level) will be used. If which_level is not specified and no logical file is currently active, rtrn_level will be set to zero and record_size and last_rec will be undefined. If which_channel is not passed, the default file stack will be used.
This example returns the current (highest) file‑stack level in level, the record size of the current logical file in recsize, the last record written in lastrec, and any error in sts.
xcall fs_param(level, recsize, lastrec,,,, sts)