This document covers the following topics:
For enhanced operating convenience, you can assign a frequently used terminal command to a function key. The following methods exist:
Within a program, you can assign terminal commands to function keys by
using the statement
In the programming environment, you can use the system command
KEY to assign a terminal
commands to a function key.
Function-key assignments can also be made by the Natural administrator
via the profile parameter
Assignments made with the system command
KEY are totally independent of
assignments made with a
SET KEY statement in a program.
Pressing the CLEAR key has the same effect as the terminal
You can also use the CLEAR key to interrupt a recording that is being played back in step mode. Further information on recording is provided in the section Natural Recording Utility in the Utilities documentation.
Pressing the keys CTRL+D has the same effect as the terminal
This function is only available under Com-plete on terminals connected via a local controller.
Pressing RESET and then ENTER terminates the current processing loop. The loop must contain a database access statement.