References the initial width (attribute 10) for the display column allocated by AQL for displaying the associated data. Its initial value can be adjusted by AQL depending on the type-values used in the attribute-type attribute of the ADI. If null, the default column-width used is based upon the length of the attribute’s ID that is superseded still by the length of a substitute-header attribute in the ADI, if present.
References attribute 1 of the dictionary item being processed by AQL and describes the type of dictionary item. Dictionary codes beginning with d are used by file defining items, while the a, s, or x dictionary codes are used by attribute-defining items.
References attribute 1 of the dictionary item being processed by AQL and describes the type of dictionary item. The dictionary codes starting with a d are used by file-defining items, while a, s and x dictionary codes are used by attribute-defining items.
Eleven hot keys are available to provide quick access to FlashBASIC programs from within the Update processor. The hot keys are defined in a file-defining item (FDI) and attribute-defining item (ADI). The values of these keys are specified in attributes 20 through 30 in the file-defining item or attribute-defining item. Attribute 20 is hotkey.all.
References the processing codes applied at input time, stored in attribute 14 of a dictionary. This dictionary attribute is used exclusively by the Update processor. There are many processing codes that can be called from input-conversion on both file-defining items and attribute-defining items.
References attribute 15 of a file or attribute-defining item. For a file-defining item, the text in this field describes the default attribute name list to include in the update screen. For an attribute-defining item, the text describes the default attribute name list when zooming to another item.
References attribute 16 of file-defining items. For file-defining items, the text in output-macro describes the default attribute list to be used in an AQL report. For a file-defining item, the text in this field is substituted into any TCL statement that outputs this file. For an attribute-defining item, this attribute has no relevance.
Used to resize a file when it is restored. Before the file is saved, the new modulo is placed into attribute 13 of a file-defining item. During an account-restore or full file restore, the file is restored at the new size. If a file is too small, updating attribute 13 and account-save, delete-account, then account-restore causes the system to allocate more frames in the primary space for the file.