• Subject: Re: Re[2]: AS400 and ODBC
  • From: John P Carr <jpcarr@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 8 Oct 1999 13:30:32 -0400

>Also, for your ODBC request, are you using an "ORDER BY" statement,
>and if so, do you have an access path (Logical file) on the AS400 that
>corresponds to your Order By clause? Your problem sounds (to me) like
>the AS400 is having to build an access path to process your request.
>On small files, it's not too much of a problem, but as the file grows, the
>request will take longer to complete

Try running the SQL statement interactively on the AS/400.
Before you STRSQL,   do a STRDBG (no program name).

Then run the SQL statement.    Look at your joblog, and you will see
messages from SQL saying which access paths were considered,
which ones were built,   and in the second level text it will give 
suggestions as to what LF's (if any)  could have helped.

John Carr
Have Classes,  Will Travel

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