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The only way I know to handle it is to open and save each qry/400 query, one
at a time. If you converted them to Query Manager type queries, I believe
they would handle the file change with out any problem. I would have to
test.

HTH

Jim

On Thu, May 28, 2009 at 4:50 AM, <geir.kildal@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Hi.

Yes - this may not belong here - but I'm only onto this list for the
time beeing.

I' just changed a couple of central files in my COBOL-system and
recompiled - all well, but I also have a huge number of querys which are
using the same files. I have to open and close them to make them pick
up the new file definitions.

My question is: Do I have to do this manually one query by one - or is
there a cunning method of some kind that will do this for me?


Mvh.

Geir.

"Keep it simple!"


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