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Re: How do I export Query Manager and Query/400 "files" to my



fixed

Heh! I'm not sure what SEQUEL converts Query/400 queries into, but Dave wants 
to make them usable with QMF - IBM's Query Management Facility, and that is a 
product that works with IBM's cross-platform Query Management stuff. So he 
needs the exported format, which is a source member on iSeries, that can be 
imported into QMF on a PC.

-------------- Original message -------------- 
From: "Michael Ryan" <michaelrtr@xxxxxxxxx> 

SEQUEL must rank up there with TAATOOLS in their ability to leap buildings 
with a single bound or whatever... 

On 11/29/06, pnelson@xxxxxxxxxx wrote: 

SEQUEL has a CVTQRY command that handles everything. :-)) 
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Paul Nelson 
Arbor Solutions, Inc. 
708-670-6978 Cell 
pnelson@xxxxxxxxxx 
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To: 
From: "Dave Odom" 
Sent by: midrange-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx 
Date: 11/29/2006 01:32PM 
Subject: Re: How do I export Query Manager and Query/400 "files" to 
my 

Vern, 

Once again, clear, concise and complete. As we used to say in IBM... 
Completed Staff work. 

I'll give your commands, etc. a go. I hope I can get somewhere with 
the Query/400 queries as to conversion because that's what the users 
have mostly created here. I very much wish it had been QM... 
SOOOOOOO 
much easier to convert or copy as it uses standard SQL, etc. 

I don't use SOURCE files as I use the QM tool and create whatever in 
there, so I never had a need to learn the rest. 

Duhhh, I have the manual but didn't search for the SOURCE file stuff. 

I'll let you know outcome. 

Thanks, 

Dave 
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