param_gethistorynext

Use

The system displays the content of the database parameter history.

If you used options to specify selection criteria when you opened the database parameter history, those criteria are applied to the subsequent DBM command param_gethistorynext as well.

See also:

Concepts of the Database System, Log Files

Prerequisites

?     You have opened the database parameter history (see: param_gethistory).

?     You have the server authorization ParamRead.

Syntax

param_gethistorynext

Reply

OK

<header_line>

<param_line>

<param_line>

...

If you receive a reply of only:

OK

<header_line>

then all specified entries have already been displayed.

Values for the Reply Fields

Value

Description

<header_line>

contains the names of the fields displayed

S stands for STATE and describes the change state of the database parameter

<param_line>

contains the values for the fields displayed in the <header_line>, the values are in the same column position as the field name in the <header_line>

Possible statuses are:

a: active database parameter

c: changed database parameter

d: deleted database parameter