• Subject: Re: STRQMQRY
  • From: Rob Berendt <rob@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 26 Jan 2000 15:31:16 -0500

If you are going to do this repeatedly you could put this into an SQLRPGLE 
program instead.

wawrzaszeka@AUSTEEL.com on 01/26/2000 03:23:11 PM
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I am trying to create a multiple query source file that will update the same
file.  I have written qqmyqrysrc files that have 2 delete statements in them
but this is Update.

Update library/myfile set var1='J' where var2 = 'J' and var3>= 'X1' and var3
<= 'X3'.
Update library/myfile set var2='A2' where var1='J' and  var2 = 'J' and
var3>='X1' and var3<='X3' 

If I don't put the period at the end of statement 1 I get invalid token for
"update" on line 2.  With the period I get token . not valid for end of

When I did this using the delete thats all I did was put a period at the end
of each statement, can't I have multiple updates within one source file?   I
actually have 4 more lines to add to this, I just didn't want to have to
execute multiple queries.

Any help would be great!

Angela Wawrzaszek

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