Turnover, the CMS we use, uses source members for SQL-based objects. And it uses the RUNSQLSTM command to create those objects.

The source members give us a fairly repeatable process for working with these kinds of things.

HTH
Vern

On 10/19/2015 11:37 AM, Luis Rodriguez wrote:
Justin,

I would say that many people keep a copy of the SQL object as a source
member. That way if per any reason you lose yur SQL object you can always
recreate it from the source member.

I prefer to indetify SQL members as SQL, but iin fact RUNSQLSTM will accept
any kind of source member type (even RPG!! :-) )

HTH,

Luis Rodríguez

Luis Rodriguez



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