Phil,

Are you talking about the Run SQL Scripts option from the
database tab of Operations Navigator? It still seems to work
for me. Also, if you have the latest refresh, you might look at
the new Web based client allows you to take data from an
SQL statement directly to a spreadsheet.

David Morris

>>> sublime78ska@yahoo.com 01/22/02 06:12PM >>>
Ops Nav has been getting better but here are a couple places where it
went
backwards:

In ISQL you can no longer cut/paste the result into a spreadsheet.  In
V4R5
you could not only cut/paste but select which columns you wanted.  Now
to do
that you have to use MS Query (or similar product).

Also in ISQL, if you want to save a query definition to the desktop you
have
to save it like this: D:\Documents and Settings\phil\Desktop\QRY1.sql.
That's a pain.  The idea behind saving it to the desktop was it was
easy.

And each time I use it I have to sign in again with that java dialog
that
always goes to the upper left corner and inspite of the remember user
id and
password check boxes - never does.  So I sign on when I start Ops Nav.
I
sign on to the 5250 screen.  Now I sign on to use ISQL.  That's like
the
security guard who knows me by name asking to see my id badge after he
saw
me use it to unlock the door.

This irks me because there are many new features which make upgrading
to
V5R1 worthwhile but what they've done to ISQL is like a stone inside
your
shoe.

Phil


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