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Re: Display A Query Defination Question



fixed

Why?  They don't trust you.  After all, they want to see the record 
selection.

Rob Berendt
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safety deserve neither liberty nor safety." 
Benjamin Franklin 




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Thanks I was already using the 
RUNQRY QRY(MYLIB/MYQRY) RCDSLT(*YES)

and was trying to stop them from being able to change Query Selection. 
Guess I'll have to trust the users :( .

Thanks Again
Bill Hopkins





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Bill, whoever can give a solution to your question will be like a god,
since IBM told me eons ago that the reason you are stuck with the current
WRKQRY (non-)interface was that "it is an end-user tool".  With logic like
that...

BTW, your question in its simplest form has been discussed before in the
list: http://archive.midrange.com/midrange-l/200306/msg01405.html

GA

--- Bill Hopkins <BHopkins@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> I have a subfile program that list the queries that use whatever value
> is 
> put in ScanFor field. Program Name, Fields or anything you want to look 
> for. My question is there a way to display the query defination with a 
> command like:
> 
>                               Work with Queries 
> 
> Type choices, press Enter. 
> 
>   Option  . . . . . .   5              1=Create, 2=Change, 3=Copy, 
> 4=Delete 
>                                        5=Display, 6=Print definition 
>                                        8=Run in batch, 9=Run 
>   Query . . . . . . .   TESTQRY        Name, F4 for list 
>     Library . . . . .     BHOPKINS     Name, *LIBL, F4 for list 
> 
> Would like to go straight passed this to the actual query so they may
> see 
> where things were used but not change. And do not want them to key
> values 
> on screen above. 
> 
> Right now it just mouse clicks from subfile record to blank WRKQRY 
> command. But looking for just display. 
> 
> Any ideas? 
> 
> Thanks 
> Bill Hopkins

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