Maybe my memory is failing me but I'm sure in the past I've used SQL to scan multiple source members by specifying an OVR to member *ALL.

But when I try to do it I get an error message *ALL in *N type *MEM not found on the SELECT * FROM ... Tried it on V5R4 and V7 just in case it was a PTF thing but same result.

I can see various posts on assorted lists that indicate that others have used the technique, but the actual code was not shown so if I'm missing some "magic parm" I couldn't see it. Is my memory just that bad or ...

I have decided on an alternative approach for the task I wanted this for - but would still like to know what I'm missing here.


Jon Paris
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