Normally, the default keys built into Adis should not need changing. However, you may need to change the keys used to emulate a particular dialect of COBOL.
The default set of keys used by your COBOL system is built into Adis. The Keyboard Configuration utility creates a file called cobkeymp which contains the keystrokes that are to be used for function keys and the keys Adis uses during an ACCEPT operation. At run time, Adis checks for cobkeymp in the current directory. If the file is not found, then the COBOL system directories are searched for cobkeymp. If the file is found the set of keys defined in it are used. If not, the default set of keys are used.