Take another look at the db400 stuff.  It can use SQL calls just fine,
without any added licenses.  What your customer may not have is the
nifty front end for writing and testing SQL statements!  You can still
put SQL statements into a source file and call them from RPG.

Best Regards

Fritz Hayes
Atwater Associates
503-636-5914

> -----Original Message-----
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> On Behalf Of Richard B Baird
> Sent: Tuesday, September 25, 2001 9:00 AM
> To: domino400@midrange.com
> Subject: calling rpg program without sql
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> Hey all,
>
> I've found the example of calling an rpg program from a notes agent in
the
> dom400 archives, but I have a question.
> I'm working for a client who doesn't have SQL on thier 400.  Without
> arguing
> the relative merits of whether they should have SQL or not (of course
they
> should!) is there a way to call an rpg pgm without SQL?
>
> I suppose I could put a trigger program on a decs connected dbf, but
is
> there
> an easier way?
> Richard Baird
> rbaird@esourceconsulting.com
>
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