File activity, COBOL Programming

File Activity:

The file activity is a measure of the proportion of records processed during an update run.

Therefore we define the activity ration as shown below.

Activity ratio = m / n

Where m = number of records to be modified, inserted or deleted and 

           n = number of records in the file.


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