Thank you for the response.  I was able to create a BOM explosion for EPDM that seems to be working out well.  It required retrieving data from PSTDTL, PSTHDR and ITMRVA.
Here it is.  Hopefully it will help someone else out.

WITH temp_pstruc (RELVL, ITEM, QTY, PARENT, UOM, BATQTY, HD)AS    

(                                                                  

SELECT 1, CINBR, 0, b.PINBR, UNMSR, SBQTY, PSHD                    

from amflibe/pstdtl as b LEFT OUTER JOIN amflibe/itmrva asc       

on b.cinbr = c.itnbr                                               

LEFT OUTER JOIN AMFLIBE/PSTHDR as d on b.pinbr =d.pinbr           

where b.pinbr = '8M0122241'                                        

UNION ALL SELECT a.relvl + 1, b.cinbr, b.qtypr / d.sbqty,b.pinbr,  

c.unmsr, d.sbqty, d.pshd                                           

FROM temp_pstruc AS a join amflibe/pstdtl AS b                     

on ITEM = b.pinbr                                                  

LEFT OUTER JOIN AMFLIBE/ITMRVA AS c on b.cinbr =c.itnbr           

LEFT OUTER JOIN AMFLIBE/PSTHDR AS d on b.pinbr =d.pinbr           

)                                                                  

SELECT DISTINCT *                                                   

FROM temp_pstruc                                                   

Regards,Laura
Laura Ubelhor, Consultech Services, Inc.

Office: (248) 628-6800 

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On Thursday, July 25, 2019, 7:24:15 PM EDT, Vojtech.Mrazek@xxxxxxx <Vojtech.Mrazek@xxxxxxx> wrote:

  Hello Laura,
  the SQL statement is like the yeti (bigfoot) - everyone heard about him,
  but nobody saw him ...
  For EPDM, there is a XA program AMDPSR0R to create indented bill of
  material for one item. You can call the program in your RPG program for
  more items. If you want more details or sample source code, contact me.
  Other ways, in Power-LInk you can customize the view for Indented BOM, so
  users can export BOM explosion from Power-Link to Excel - but only for one
  finished item. If you need the BOM explosion for more finished items, you
  need the RPG program.
  Vojtech Mrazek
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  MAPICS Consultant
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  HellO:
  Does anyone readily have an SQL statement for BOM explosion?
  I know that I've coded it before but am not readily finding the SQL
  statement.  I know this is something many have done and conquered in
  Mapics XA so thought I'd ask if anyone has a statement readily available
  and is willing to share.
  This is for EPDM.
  ThanksRegards,Laura

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