Thanks again. I'm more curious than anything in this case I suppose.

2010/10/26 CRPence <CRPbottle@xxxxxxxxx>

On 25-Oct-2010 17:48, Erik Olsson wrote:
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)?


What is the reason for avoiding the use of a source member as the
output device?

I am not aware of any API that was made available to provide
access to the QM query statement by any other means than the output
to a source physical file member [via EXPORT QUERY statement or
RTVQMQRY CL command] or output to a spool file [via PRINT QUERY
statement, using the QPQXOBJPF printer file].

The system-domain x/1931 object [space object type *QMQRY] could
be resolved for an address to the object and set a pointer to the
space, and with some reverse engineering, access the statement; e.g.
as RTVQRYF does. A DMPOBJ of a QM query object shows the hex data
in the MI space, to know what would be the data addressed by the
space pointer.

Regards, Chuck
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