In the rexx code, why not just test for wanted/unwanted pfkeys and process accordingly?
When a key you want to use is pressed, do that function - when an unwanted key is pressed, leave the screen as though nothing had been pressed. . . A more friendly "thing to do" might be to show a message saying "unsupported pfkey". _________________ Have a good one
Last edited by DikDude on Sat Jun 02, 2012 12:10 am; edited 1 time in total
I'll never really get this concept. When a panel is displayed, the only real commands that are supported are END RC=8 or ENTER RC=0, SPLIT, HELP, and, if it contains scrollable areas, the UP and DOWN commands. Since ISPF users are usually familiar with these, why change what they're used to doing?
Anyway, the ZPFnn variables contain the value of the command assigned to that key. You can change them to a null and then use the VPUT service to update them.
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