when you exit SQL you are presented with a little menu which allows to save the 
session to an source member. If you do so, you can easily add/mod those command 
lines and run the entire member with CL command RUNSQLSTM. It even runs in 
batch and creates a detailed report of its acitivites. (Great for month end 
routines...)

Axel Niederquell
Selkirk GmbH

-------- Original Message --------
Subject: RE: SQL and MAPICS (22-Feb-2002 23:31)
From:    WIEDLJ@timesaversinc.com
To:      niederquell@selkirk.de

> I also have been playing around with SQL.  If you try your F1 key it should
> show you the valid commands like SELECT you can F4 on the line and it will
> prompt you for your fields, etc.  It is fast.  When working with updating
> be careful.
>
> Does anyone know how to put an SQL statement in a CL.  I have tried with no
> luck.
>
>
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