This may be worth a shot: Try creating a logical with ARBGRP as the primary KEY (no select/omit), continue using the OPNQRYF but be sure to specify OPTALLAP(*YES). If my recollection is not faulty, OPNQRYF should use the logical to do the selection by key lookup. Maybe others can confirm. hth, db > -----Original Message----- > From: midrange-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx / Dwayne Allison > Sent: Wednesday, October 06, 2004 11:56 AM > > What we have is a program that run Monday through Thursday nigh > within our cycle. This program is called twice. The first with > the OPNQRYF FILE((PASPBR)) QRYSLT('ARBGRP *EQ "*R*"') and then > with the OPNQRYF FILE((PASPBR)) QRYSLT('ARBGRP *EQ "*C*"'. We > have records that equal *R*, but none in the file that equal *C*. > I can go along with it taking a while to process the records > with an *R*. But if we have no *C*, why is it taking thirty > minutes to process. It should read the file and find no record > are there and end.
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