David Shea wrote:

>I have a procedure that uses RUNSQLSTM on my v4r4 box.  In trying to run it
>on a v3r2 box, I learned that his box doesn't have the RUNSQLSTM command.
>It appears that on v3 it was part of SQL/400 licensed product.  I'm not
>on the v4 box if the same is true.
>Is there any alternative way to do a RUNSQLSTM type process on a box

Yes, use QMQRY.  Search the IBM manuals for Query Management Query.  Very
basically, you put SQL source in a source file (QQMQRYSRC) and then
"compile" it via CRTQMQRY.  An example:

FROM SYSCOLUMNS                     
ORDER BY 3,1,2                      

When you execute this via STRQMQRY you can either supply the value for
"SEARCH" or let the prompter ask you for it:  

strqmqry syscolqm setvar((search '''NAME'''))  

Buck Calabro
Aptis; Albany, NY
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 that which we least know" -- Michel Montaigne
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