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You normally open a cursor that would give you blocks of 100 rows each time
you scroll down. If you click on the results panel, on any row/column and
press Ctrl+PgDn you'll start to retrieve more rows in blocks of 100 every
time. If you want them all retrieved, there is a small arrow symbol at the
bottom right of the results panel to the right of the date/time very much
similar to a "download" symbol.. Just click on that and wait until all
rows are retrieved. Then repeat the Ctrl+PgDn key combination and you'll
get to the bottom of the query data.

The opposite is Ctrl+PgUp to get to the first row of the results panel.

Hope this helps.


El mié, 26 oct 2022 a las 16:01, Lehti, Eric (<elehti@xxxxxxxxxxxx>)

In IBMi Access Client Solutions > Run SQL Scripts,
What do you enter to get to Top or Bottom of result set, equivalent to
STRSQL's Position to Line: *TOP and *BOT (B or T)
Also, what is the link to IBM document that explains this.

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