A R D@NDT1 TEXT('No data in subfile') A OVERLAY PUTOVR A 12 30' '
The line number must be within the subfile start/end line range. The blank constant could be an actual field, and it does not have to be blank (if you use a field with PUTOVR specified at the record level, specify OVRDTA at the field level).
The code would look something like this (where indicator *In14 is OFF if the subfile is empty) :
C Write D@FOOT Footer C Write D@MSGCTL Messages C N14 Write D@NDT1 No Subfile C Exfmt D@SF1C Screen
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