*Conan The Librarian
1 - /BUCKET
Directly positions the structure pointer to a specific bucket of an indexed file or a relative file. Format POSITION/BUCKET bucket_vbn [/INDEX=n]
1.1 - Parameter
bucket_vbn The virtual block number (VBN) of the selected bucket. If the bucket includes more than one block, specify the VBN of the first block.
1.2 - Qualifier
1. 2.1 - /INDEX
/INDEX=n Specifies the relative key for the bucket of an indexed file. The /INDEX qualifier is necessary only when the index number information is unavailable in the bucket header. For example, you use this qualifier to analyze a Prolog 1 or Prolog 2 file (no bucket header) or a Prolog 3 file with a corrupted bucket header. You can also use this qualifier to override the index number in a Prolog 3 file bucket header. The number you use specifies the key. For example, /INDEX=0 specifies that the bucket is a primary index or primary data bucket, and /INDEX=1 specifies that the bucket is found in the first alternate index structure.
2 - /RECORD
Positions the pointer at a specific record in an indexed or relative file. Format POSITION/RECORD record-offset The offset (in bytes) from the beginning of the bucket to the desired record. By default, the offset is a decimal number. If you want to use hexadecimal notation to specify the offset, use the format %Xn.