Transaction file - file updation, COBOL Programming

Transaction file:

A transaction file is a file which contains new records those changes to old records which are used to update the master file.

The problem of file updation can be defined as shown below:

  • Insertion of a new record.
  • Modification of some existing records.
  • Deletion of outdated records.
  • The Copy of those records that are neither outdated nor need any modification.

 

 

 

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