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To increase and decrease monitor area in xpediter

 
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Vidya Kajale

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PostPosted: Thu Jul 21, 2011 2:56 pm    Post subject: To increase and decrease monitor area in xpediter
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Hi,

Please anybody will tell me how to increase and decrease monitor area in Xpeditor?

Ex : As mentioned in below screen shot, I need to increase area above procedure division in monitior section.

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                  BEFORE BREAKPOINT ENCOUNTERED                     
  ** END **                                                         
       [img][img]                                                             
                                                                   
                                                                    [/img][/img]                                                                   
  ----------------------------------------- Before FZWT083Z/AMODE 31
B  PROCEDURE DIVISION.                                             
  *                                                                 
   0000-MAINLINE.                                                   
  * --------------------------------------------------------------*
  * - 0000-MAINLINE                                                 
  * -   CONTROLS THE FLOW OF THE ENTIRE PROGRAM.                   
  * -   1.  PERFORM 0010-INITIALIZE                                 
  * -       1.  PERFORM NUMEROUS PRELIMINARY INITIALIZATION         
  * -           ROUTINES                                           
  * -   2.  PERFORM 0100-BLD-BANK-DRAFT-TRANS-REPT                 
  * -       1.  READ THE NBDOAC-TRAN-IN FILE AND BUILD THE         
  * -           BANK-DRAFT-TRANS-REPT.                             
  * -   3.  PERFORM 1000-SORT-ROUTINE                               
  * -       1.  SORT THE INCOMING TRANSACTIONS USING INPUT AND     
  * -           OUTPUT PROCEDURES.                                 
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mprobst

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PostPosted: Fri Jul 22, 2011 2:01 am    Post subject:
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If you are referring to the AUTOKEEP window the command to increase it to 10 lines would be SET AUTOKEEP 10. This will separate it from the KEEP window which you can set to a max of 5 lines by entering SET KEEP 5.
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 22, 2011 2:12 am    Post subject:
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Actually ... 5 lines is the default for the SET KEEP not the max. If you simply use SET KEEP 10 it will give you 10 lines in which to view both your KEEPS and AUTOKEEPS.
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