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Hi Erik,

Yes there is. Replace the constants within the selection criteria with a
variable, e.g. &VARNAM.  Front-end it with CL or your choice, get the input,
pass it and then run the query as per normal. I can send you example code if
you want. I did this awhile ago. Easier than writing a report pgm, easier than
exposing the user to the query code.

HTH.

Cheers.
Jan Patrick Megannon


Eric Kempter wrote:

> > Does anyone know how to get a query manager query to prompt a user for
> > input.  I want to use the input to determine record selection
> > criteria.
> >
> > TIA
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