RI/Edit Screen

The RI/Edit screen is like the RC/Edit Column Mode screen, and has the same editing capabilities, with additional commands and capabilities for working with RI structures. Users can edit one table here, as in the Column Mode screen, with the added feature of displaying the tables related to the current table, and then editing all of them. The display of multiple tables can be adjusted using the SIZE command, which is specific to this screen.
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The RI/Edit screen is like the RC/Edit Column Mode screen, and has the same editing capabilities, with additional commands and capabilities for working with RI structures. Users can edit one table here, as in the Column Mode screen, with the added feature of displaying the tables related to the current table, and then editing all of them. The display of multiple tables can be adjusted using the SIZE command, which is specific to this screen.
This screen uses only the Searched Update method.
For more information about the Searched Update method, see “RC/Edit”.
Only Column Mode is supported. Column mode is used to edit multiple rows on the screen at one time.
A column is not displayed unless the entire column can fit on the screen (it is
not
split between screens). When scrolling left or right, the number of displayed columns will vary based on their definition. If only one column appears on the screen, the next column is a large character column and cannot fit on the screen with the current column. Scroll right to view the other columns.
Control the display length of character data with the Max Char field in the header. By entering a small value, more columns can be viewed on one screen.
The screen header provides information about the table or tables being edited. The Max Char field can be changed, and another table can be assigned to the Current field with the CURRENT command.
More columns can be viewed on the screen by shrinking the character width. The EXPLODE Facility can also be used to view the whole column in an ISPF Edit session.