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Re: Query and SQL


  • Subject: Re: Query and SQL
  • From: "TP03" <tp03@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 20 May 1999 09:13:21 +0300

fixed

Hi Valerio,
I usually use this method to read SQL statement which prodused by QUERY.
For that purpose I use RTVQMQRY command. Be careful when you write down the
parameter of this command. You need a file in your library for saving SQL
source.

For Example :

 ===> RTVQMQRY QMQRY(TP03/BUDGET1) SRCFILE(TP03/#HSQLSRC) SRCMBR(BUDGSRC)
ALWQRYDFN(*YES)

where:
     TP03 -- it's my library
     TP03/BUDGET1 -- QUERY
     TP03/#HSQLSRC -- file for saving SQL source
     BUDGSRC -- this is a result member of #HSQLSRC file
     The last parameter ALWQRYDFN(*YES) alow you to get QUERY definition.

It works great.

Best whishes,

Boris
Senior programmer
Belarus Exchange Bank
Minsk, Belarus



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