Just a question, do you need to use SQL? Are you attempting to write a
program with this information? I ask because if not, the use WRKOBJPDM and
filter the list.

Shift F5. Put *FILE in Object Type, Put PF-DTA in Object attribute.

As for SQL, we kinda need to know what system version you are using.

On Tue, Oct 9, 2012 at 3:20 PM, Matt Olson <Matt.Olson@xxxxxxxx> wrote:

Anyone have any idea how to find files in any library using SQL?

I'm used to having a wealth of information available in system views in
various other database platforms but can't seem to find what works for the

I tried "select * from syscat.tables where tabname=tabletofind" but
apparently that doesn't exist in the AS400's flavor of DB2. Additionally
SYSIBM.SYSTABLE doesn't seem to exist either.

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