The Question is:
I am trying to create a text file with an escape sequence that will remove a
form feed from a printer. I am trying to add this into the library my default
is SYS$Library. However, when I have tried to enter this new file I receive
%DCL-W-PARMDEL, invalid parameter delimiter - check use of special characters
Then I tried the file w/out the .txt extension:
At the library prompt should I put sys$library?
The file info is:
]VMS;2 \ P E \
P.S. I am trying to find the web site to download DSN Link..
The Answer is :
Please take a look at the available documentation for the librarian.
You are clearly missing a space after the /text qualifier (qualifiers
have a leading slash), and this particular librarian command will expect
to have the filename of the text library followed by the filename of the
module to insert -- these two filenames are known as command parameters,
and parameters are usually delimited by spaces.
From HELP LIBRARY /INSERT example:
$ LIBRARY/INSERT TESTLIB SCANLINE
$ LINK TERMTEST,TESTLIB/LIBRARY
This LIBRARY command adds the module SCANLINE.OBJ to the
library TESTLIB.OLB. The library is specified as input to the
linker by the /LIBRARY qualifier on the LINK command. If the
module TERMTEST.OBJ refers to any routines or global symbols
not defined in TERMTEST, the linker searches the global symbol
table of library TESTLIB.OLB to resolve the symbols.