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Remove ISPF restriction preventing the actual count of objects returned from using the SARG command
Please remove the ISPF restriction that is preventing the following in Db2 Admin Tool (rejected in DB2ZADMTL-I-85) -
I have used panel ADB21K and the count as an example below, but the misleading count occurs on other panels when you have used the SARG panel to filter.
On panel ADB21K, I have 117 packages listed against a table. The count is shown at the top right of the screen as "Row 1 from 117 ". The Valid field shows them as Y,A or N.
I type SARG on the command line to go to panel ADB2SARG. Next to the Valid field, I type NE in the Srch Oper field and N in the Srch Value field.
In other words, I only want to have a list of packages marked as Y or A. I hit Enter and F3 back to panel ADB21K.
The count at the top right of this screen still shows "Row 1 from 117". As I F8 through the list of packages, the 'n' value in "Row n from 117" jumps, according to the packages no longer displaying, I guess.
I do not want to see the "117" figure, I want to know how many packages have been returned from entering details in the SARG panel, not how many packages there were originally.
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