When viewing a file with DBU you can use cmd4 to see the keys to that file.  
From the same first screen cmd10 will give you a pop up menu and you can expand 
the first option FILE.  Take a 7 for data base relations.  This will show you 
all the logicals over your file.  If your file is in record number order from 
the same pop up menu from cmd10 you can do a search for a value in a particular 
field.  If you created the file via query it most likely will not be indexed.  
You may need to create dds specs with a defined key and copy your query data 
into it.



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