Data

Specify the region of the Selection area on the host screen by either using your mouse, or by entering the coordinates of the region in the following boxes:
Start row
The first row to look for the subfile data. The default is 4.
End row
The last row to look for the subfile data. The default is 22.
Start column
The first column to look for the subfile data. The default is 1.
End column
The last column to look for the subfile data. The default is 80.

You can highlight certain fields on your host screen by selecting the different options beside Highlight fields. To see where input fields are defined on the screen, select Input. To see what fields are protected, select Protected. To highlight hidden fields, select Hidden. To see matching patterns, select Matches. To modify the highlighting colors of the input, protected, hidden, or pattern matching fields, see Using ZIETrans preferences.

Data Recognition
Additional data recognition criteria can be configured by selecting the following individual settings.
Recognition Option:
This setting specifies how the subfile data region is recognized.
Field
Recognize subfile data row by row.
Table (field)
Recognize subfile data by field information.
Table (visual)
Recognize subfile data that appears as a table with visible vertical column delimiters.
Table
Recognize subfile data that appears as a table using user defined column breaks.
Column delimiter:
Enabled only if the Recognition Option: is set to Table (visual). The string of characters which must exist in the same columns of every row in the selected region for the host screen column to be marked as a table column. If consecutive columns are each marked as a delimiting column, only the last column is actually rendered as the delimiting column of the generated table. The default is a space character.
Column breaks:
Enabled only if the Recognition Option: is set to Table. A comma-separated list of column numbers where column breaks are wanted. For example, specifying 1,7,22 would indicate that new columns should begin in columns 1, 7 and 22. When the Restore Defaults button is clicked, the Column breaks field is filled with values based on the Table (visual) default recognition values.
Note:
  1. Column breaks can also be added or removed by using the mouse to select a column in the host screen view, right-clicking, and selecting either Add or Remove. Column breaks are indicated by a dotted vertical line on the host screen view.
  2. Column breaks cannot split an input field.
  3. For information about using this setting with DBCS support see Subfile.
Override action input field start column
If selected, you can override the starting column of the action input field to prevent other input fields from being rendered incorrectly as drop-down lists.
Column Start
Start column of the action input field. The default value is 1.
Override action input field length
If selected, you can override the length of the action input field to prevent other input fields from being rendered incorrectly as drop-down lists.
Field Length
Field length of the action input field. The default value is 1.
Data not required
Select this box if you want the subfile to be recognized even if it does not have any data. If any subfile actions are detected, they are still rendered as drop-down lists.
Include empty rows
Select this box if you want rows that are empty in a table on the host screen to be included when the table is transformed. Clear the box if you want empty rows to be discarded.