I performed several UPDATE SQL statements in a STRSQL session yesterday
on my development platform. The results were what I wanted so I decided
to copy the statements, create Query Manager SQL statements, promote
them to production and submit them.

BUT

When I opened my interactive SQL session this morning, it was empty. I
had several instances of the workstation open when I was doing this -
two of the three sessions still have historic queries but the one that I
want is missing. I am sure I did not exit without saving (I've made
that mistake before) but my session may have timed out before exited
cleanly.

My question is, does anyone know where the system i saves the
interactive SQL sessions and how one could retreive them?


John Arnold
(301) 354-2939


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