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Re: DB2 Query Manager - newbie questions


  • Subject: Re: DB2 Query Manager - newbie questions
  • From: Rob Berendt <rob@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 4 May 1999 15:40:06 -0500

fixed

For questions two and three there are multiple answers.

Combine Office Vision word processing with Query, (not query manager).  But 
you'd be beating a dead horse, IBM is dropping Office Vision after V4R4.

Utilize a third party query product.

Write a High Level Language program such as RPG ILE.

Been awhile since I've played with Query Manager.  Can't give you any quick 
tips there.





DThomas@lpw-mdi.com on 05/04/99 01:34:20 PM
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Subject:        DB2 Query Manager - newbie questions

1) I want to verify that we are not overlooking some basic functionality of
DB2.  Is there any type of repository or data dictionary where relations (ie
join conditions) between files can be stored?  Without this, we've been
using 'template' queries for typical file combinations which users copy and
use as their starting point in developing a query.  I attended a session at
Comdex a few weeks ago and in the MS Sqlserver 7.0 demo it appeared that
file relationships are maintained within the database.
2) Is there a way to force page breaks for various break levels specified in
report formatting?
3) Is there a way for a single detail line to span multiple lines?

Dan Thomas
Sr. VP Information Systems
Medical Distribution, Inc.
4500 Progress Blvd
Louisville, KY  40218-5058
Phone (502) 454-9013 ext 120
email  DThomas@lpw-mdi.com

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