• Subject: Re: SQL order by question
  • From: "Joe Teff" <jteff19@xxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 27 Jan 1999 21:34:37 -0600

>>   There is a parm on OPNQRYF to force the optimizer to evaluate all
access paths.


> Yes, but those of us writing so-called "open" applications cannot utilize
CL
> commands.  Would but there be an equivalent parameter on SQLRPG...


Are you using SQL just in place of OPNQRYF or are you using it for all your
database
IO including updates? If you are using it for updates, how do you lock a
record for
update or ensure that the record wasn't changed elsewhere between the
fetch and the update?

Joe Teff

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