addlf - add a logical RMSfile to the database catalog
addlf dbname lfname descr sysname [logged] [real]
This command is for internal RMSfile catalog maintenance only. It is run only by other C/Base commands. Addlf adds a logical RMSfile entry into the RMSfile catalog. It is in tended for use in converting old applications to C/Base. Dbname specifies the database name of the logical file. This name must be defined as a valid database name. Lfname specifies the logical name for the RMSfile. Logical file names must be unique within a catalog. Descr is a description of the contents of the logical RMSfile. The system only uses this field for documentation purposes. If not desired, this argument must be specified as a null string ("" ). Sysname specifies the system pathname of the logical RMSfile. This can be an absolute pathname (e.q. /usr/cbase/demo/data/mag, or a pathname relative to the home directory of the database data/mag). Logged is an optional argument that indicates if changes to the logical RMSfile contents are to be logged. If this argument is yes, the named database must have defined a logfile. The default value for logged is no. Real indicates if this is a real file or not. For now, this value must be yes. The default value for real is yes.
createlf(C-1), deletelf(C-1), lfadmin(C-1), lfupd(C-1), makelf(C-1).
Addlf only changes the C/Base database catalog. The actual RMSfile is not changed or created. Addlf may not be supplied in future releases. The C/Base command lfadmin(C-1) performs the operations of addlf(C-1), createlf(C-1), dbfile(C-1) and removelf(C-1). The binary program for lfadmin is copied to each of the above programs for backwards compatibility. In addition, for all programs copied from the lfadmin program, each one has a corresponding resource file copied from the lfadmin resource file (/usr/cbase/lib/cbase/resource/lfadmin.r).