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You want to add a new index, but point to the existing statement. The new index uses the same account number and date, but contains a different account name for example, Sally Smith. After adding the index, if a query is run with account name Joe Smith Sally Smith , the same bank statement will be retrieved. For example, assume that the specified folder could be used to search several application groups; each application group contains more than one application; there are , documents in the application groups.

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Student Transcripts name, account, studentDate Then you could query the application groups using the ARSDOC program because the names of the database fields are the same for each application group. You typically specify this option when you want to perform more than one action. When you specify a parameter file, delimit the options and values with left [ and right ] brackets.

The left and right brackets identify each parameter in the file, are required in the parameter file, and the parameter values cannot contain left or right brackets. The keyword DELIMS is case-sensitive, must be on the first line of the file and it must start at the beginning of the line. You can specify any two characters that are different, are not a space, and are not in any of the parameter values.

A parameter file can contain blank lines and comment lines. A comment line contains the character in the first column. When you specify the -g parameter, you must specify the -c, -N, and -o parameters. However, you cannot specify database field names with the -o parameter. The ARSDOC program uses the following convention to name the output files that are generated with the -g parameter: -o.

The application group that you specify will be searched from the folder that is named with the -f parameter. For the UPDATE function, if the folder that is specified with the -f parameter contains only one application group, then you can omit the -g parameter you do not have to specify the name of the application group.

For UPDATE: If the folder that is specified with the -f parameter contains only one application group, then you can omit the -G parameter you do not have to specify the name of the application group. For ADD: When the database query is run to retrieve the document that contains the data that is to be used in the add function, the search is limited to the specified application group, even if the folder named with the -f parameter can be used to search more than one application group.

This ensures that only documents in the specified application group can be used for the add function. You can specify the name of the application group with the -g parameter or the -G parameter. If specified, then the database query that is run to determine the document s to delete is limited to the specified application group. The addition of the -G parameter allows you to delete documents from a specific application group in folders that can search more than one application group.

If you do not specify the -G parameter, then the query runs against all of the application groups that can be searched from the folder.

For GET: Specifies the application group to query and retrieve documents from. The -G parameter lets you retrieve documents from a specific application group from a folder that can search more than one application group. You can omit the -f parameter and specify the -G parameter to search a specific application group. The -G parameter is required if you specify the -X parameter. If specified, then the database query that is run to determine the document s to print is limited to the specified application group.

The addition of the -G parameter allows you to print documents from a specific application group in folders that can search more than one application group. The -G parameter lets you search a specific application group from folders that can search more than one application group. For UPDATE: When the database query is run to determine the document s to update, the search is limited to the specified application group, even if the folder named with the -f parameter can search more than one application group.

This guarantees that only documents in the specified application group can be updated. You can use the -G parameter with the -i parameter to query folders that can search more than one application group.

For example, a folder contains three application groups; you want to query only one of the application groups. Use the -G parameter to specify the name of the application group that you want to query. You can also use the -G and -i parameters when the application groups have different database field names.

When you specify the -G parameter and you specify a public named query with the -q parameter, the ARSDOC program queries the application group named with the -G parameter instead of the application group specified in the named query.

If you do not specify the -G parameter, then the query runs against the application group specified in the named query. If the named query does not identify an application group, then the query runs against all of the application groups that can be searched from the folder. INI file, the specified value is treated as a host name. This is a required parameter.

Important: If you are running multiple instances of Content Manager OnDemand on the same workstation, always specify the -h parameter to identify the name of the instance that you want to process. Verify that the system is configured with the correct information for all instances of Content Manager OnDemand. The default header record contains the application group field names.

This parameter also generates a line that contains the names of the database fields. By default, the field names are delimited with the comma character. You can specify a delimiter of your choice with the -e parameter. You can use the -H parameter to generate output that contains only the application group database field names.

To do so, specify the -H parameter without specifying the -i or -q parameters. You also must not specify the -L, -n or -N parameters. Content Manager OnDemand does not validate the string that you specify.

See the SQL reference for your database manager product for an overview of SQL concepts and details about how to construct a query. Restriction: If you specify the -q or the -X parameters, then you cannot specify the -i parameter. For an update, all of the documents will be updated with the same values. That is, the number of days since January 1,

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