URM1053

Software Product

PRO Indexer

Resolves Incident Number

4911

Comments

Added 2 new values for the TYPE parameter in the FIELD statement. The values are EBCDICWRAP and TEXTWRAP. These values are used to handle tables where text within a cell wraps across multiple lines. EBCDICWRAP is used with EBCDIC text. TEXTWRAP is used with ASCII text. Careful use of these values is required as there are limitations.

Example 1 - The field that is defined to extract text in the first column uses type=textwrap
Local Line $27.06
E9-1-1 Provincial Network Fee $0.12
LD Network Access Charge (from May 10 to $2.9
Jun 09)
The output from ProIndexer would be:
'Local Line , $27.06'
'E9-1-1 Provicial Network Fee , $0.12'
'LD Network Access Charge (from May 10 to Jun 09) , $2.95'
The line beginning with 'Jun 09)' has no entry in the second column so the line is assumed to be a continuation of the previous line provided the field statement uses type=textwrap.
Example 2 - The field that is defined to extract text in the third column uses type=textwrap
10/18 32,106.18 FGN29100908 CHKC0L REF 267000500 628301790600008
MAKER-DYNAMIC FOREST PRODUCTS
10/18 .45- Miscellaneous Debit Adjustment 04502730464

The output from ProIndexer would be:
'10/18 , 32,106.18 , FGN29100908 CHKC0L REF 267000500 MAKER-DYNAMIC FOREST PRODUCTS ,628301790600008'
'10/18, .45- , Miscellaneous Debit Adjustmen , 04502730464'

The second line does not have an entry in the first column so text in any other columns is assumed to be a continuation of the previous line provided the field statement(s) uses type=textwrap.

Release Date

11/25/2010