Thanks, and sorry if I'm creating noise in this list.

If I rephrase myself perhaps a little more MI like :) - is it possible to
get the statement without exporting it to a source member (which appears to
be the official method)?

Best wishes,
Erik

2010/10/25 CRPence <CRPbottle@xxxxxxxxx>

On 25-Oct-2010 12:47, Erik Olsson wrote:
I'm wondering if anyone knows of any alternative ways
to access the SQL statement that's embedded within a
QMQRY object apart from using the RTVQMQRY command?


No relationship to MI, but...

The Query Manager statement: EXPORT QUERY

Regards, Chuck
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