jt, >ICBW, but my understanding is that the OVRDBF doesn't affect the OPNQRYF >command, in any way. It just allows the HLL to open the result from the >OPNQRYF, rather than the file it normally would. It's always documented to >put the OVRDBF prior to the OPNQRYF, but it works the same if you put the >OVRDBF after. I'm not sure I know what you mean, but it shouldn't matter because I've qualified the file on both the ovrdbf and the opnqryf. see: OVRDBF FILE(VOH0) TOFILE(&MPLIB/VOH0) SHARE(*YES) OVRDBF FILE(BTHCOPY) TOFILE(QTEMP/BTHCOPY) SHARE(*YES) OPNQRYF FILE((&MPLIB/VOH0) (QTEMP/BTHCOPY)) + Domenico, >I've not tried, but what about : >OPNQRYF FILE((VOH0) (BTHCOPY)) ? >Sincerely >Domenico Finucci >Fiditalia , Milano, 02- 4301-2494 I tried that too. no luck. Do I have to put the library in the list? I want to try to avoid that. thanks Rick
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