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Dan,

A long time ago I found a RTVQRYF MI routine will extract a list of
files used by Queries. I put a nice command around it that produces an
outfile used by queries. Send me an e-mail if you want to get a copy
(You should use Craig Rutledge´s XMLPreview utility and my CRTMIPGM
command to install the RTVQRYF utility).

Of course you can also get a copy of only the MI program at
"http://archive.midrange.com/midrange-l/200112/msg00429.html";. Or
search the Internet for "Query_Input_Files_Template_Library_Name".

Thomas Raddatz.

E-Mail: thomas.raddatz_at_tools400.de

Dan <dbcerpg@xxxxxxxxx> schrieb am 11.06.2004, 05:01:28:
> Esteemed listers:
> 
> Is it possible to write a program that will take a query definition (*QRYDFN)
> name & its library passed in as parameters and return the query's output file,
> if it outputs to a data file?
> 
> I have a datafile that likely was created by Query, but with hundreds of
> queries on the system to choose from, it would be most frustrating to have to
> open up each query to determine its output file.
> 
> TIA, 
> Dan
> 
> 
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