I think that your choices are even more limited than that.
I'm pretty sure that SQL cannot handle data areas.
If anyone says that statement is NOT correct, please show me how as I have wanted to manipulate data areas in SQL for ages, but could not find a method or process to do so.
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What is a simple way to accomplish?
Anything better than CL & SQL?
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