Alan

Since data areas are not database objects, they could not be read in SQL - a UDF is the only way that I know of.

Vern

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From: Alan Shore <AlanShore@xxxxxxxx>

Morning all
does anyone know of a way to "read" a data area within SQL
My investigation, so far, has unearthed the following web page

http://www.itjungle.com/fhg/fhg051904-story03.html

but this entails writing a table function.
I was wondering if there was any other way.
By the way I am on V5r4



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