You specify a filename record using the /f option, for example:
fs /d dbase.ref /f filename
specifies a data file that you want to include in the database reference file.
Any file that you specify in the database reference file has logging and, for those file organizations that support it, database
sequence numbering, enabled by default.
You can specify multiple files at once by using a wildcard. The wildcard symbol must be the last character in the filename
string. For example, the following syntax enables logging for all files in the
fs /d dbase.ref /f TRANS-DATS\*
You can specify the following for a filename record:
- An alternative filename (use the /af option)
- A virtual file handler (use the /ap option)
- Data and key compression (use the /k option)
- That logging is disabled for this file (use the "/o l" option)
- That database sequence numbering is disabled for this file (use the "/o s" option)
- That transaction processing is disabled for this file (use the "/o t" option)
- Deletion of the record