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Hi Dan, 
i don't know what exactly do you need, but i thin solution for you could 
be  Query Management Programming Guide (SC-41-5703-05). 
It's are some APIs which you can use for *QRYDFN Objects ... I don't know 
if it will help, but you could retrieve from this QRYDFN object a SQL 
definition for that query and so you can analyse it ?! 



Peter Daransky 

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[MI400] Retrieve *QRYDFN output file name/library w/o using WRKQRY?

Esteemed listers:

Is it possible to write a program that will take a query definition 
name & its library passed in as parameters and return the query's output 
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 
open up each query to determine its output file.


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