Have you tried to convert the QRYDFN into a QMQRY and use SQL to adjust the SQL statement?

Op 16-11-2021 om 17:48 schreef Art Tostaine, Jr.:
I'm trying to modify an old *QRYDFN to convert an 6,0 field to a time.

I've tried all sorts of combinations in the result field options but can't
get anything to work. If there is a way I can create a view that converts
to time and use that instead that would be fine.

I need to do this because the output file is converted to CSV using
CPYTOIMPF. I need the editing in the CSV so Excel recognizes the column as
a time.

Thanks, Art

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