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how to find out where FOC File is coming from??

how to find out where FOC File is coming from??

how to find out where FOC File is coming from??

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I have the following master file, and I think it is a FOC file, but I'm not sure what tables it is grabbing the data from..Is there a way to back track this process.
Here is the master file.


FILE=JOB       ,SUFFIX=FOC
SEGNAME=SEG01   ,SEGTYPE=S01
FIELDNAME   =Code , E01 , A4 ,            FIELDTYPE=I,
      MISSING=ON,$
FIELDNAME   =Count , E02 , I5 ,$
FIELDNAME   =Average , E03 , I9 ,
      MISSING=ON,$
FIELDNAME   =Max , E04 , I9 ,
      MISSING=ON,$
FIELDNAME   =Min , E05 , I9 ,
      MISSING=ON,$

Any suggestion is greatly appreciated.
Thank you!!!

RE: how to find out where FOC File is coming from??

Try

? FILE filename

This should give you the location

regards

RE: how to find out where FOC File is coming from??

It looks like a focus database. If it is, then it is storing the data itself. It is not accessing 'tables' to get data. Other sources may be accessed when it is being loaded. You would have to describe the loading process to know where that data comes from.

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