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DSC Tech Library



Function fpdata_get gets/locks a data record. Data records are returned in data node order.

The syntax for fpdata_get is as follows:

fpdata_get(int file_id, int flags, char *record, int record_len, int *recno)

   int file_id       - File unit of open file from previous 
                       fpfile_open function.

   int flags         - Bitmapped flag indicating type of get to perform.
                         0   (FSNFST)   - find first entry
                         7   (FSNLST)   - find last entry
                         8   (FSNCUR)   - return current entry - overides 
                                          other search flags
                     - These flags are added to the flags ubove.
                        16   (FSNPRV)   - find previous entry
                        32   (FSNNXT)   - find next entry
                        64   (FSNLCK)   - lock record
                       128   (FSNULK)   - unlock record - overides other
                                          search flags
   char *record      - Record buffer to hold returned record.

   int record_len    - Length of record to be returned, 0 = entire record.

   int *recno        - Record address returned on successful operation.

The possible values for fperrno and an explanation of each value follow.

     Value            Explanation
     FEROK  - Code  0: Successful FASTPLUS Operation 
     FERACC - Code  2: Illegal access rights
     FEROPN - Code  5: FAST file does not exist
     FERUNT - Code  6: Illegal FAST file id
     FERLEN - Code  7: Illegal record length
     FERFHE - Code  9: System file error
     FEREXT - Code 12: Record not found
     FERVLN - Code 17: Illegal key length