Theresa,

Isn't this a parameter in the RUNQRY command?  I.e. you can specify the
files (including libraries) that the query is to use.

Chuck

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From: "Luebeck, Theresa" <TLuebeck@Fiskars.com>
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Sent: Thursday, December 06, 2001 7:11 AM
Subject: Changing the library name in a query


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> Does anyone have any suggestions on changing the library name in the file
> specifications in a query without having to pull up the query and manually
> selecting the file specs?  We're migrating from JDE OneWorld on V4R5, old
> 720 to OneWorld Xe on V5R1, new 830.  I have many queries that must be
> updated to reflect the new library names and I'm looking to automate
> everything I possibly can.  Thanks in advance for your help.
>
> Theresa Luebeck
> AS/400 Systems Manager
> Fiskars Consumer Products, Inc.
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