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On the panel where the results are shown, locate at the right bottom, just
after the date/time, there is a small arrow pointing down, it means
"*BOTTOM" and will retrieve the whole result set from your query. But then
you have to click on any row/column and use either Ctrl-End or Ctrl-Home
for getting respectively to the bottom or to the top of the whole ser.


El jue, 12 ene 2023 a las 8:50, Lehti, Eric (<elehti@xxxxxxxxxxxx>)

Can you tell me, In Access Client Solutions > Run SQL Scripts, What
command will enable position to *Top or *Bot of a result set?

Equivalent to 5250 emulator STRSQL > Select * From File and then keying T
or B in the Position to Line

I am not finding 'position to *Top or *Bot of a result set' at:


or https://www.ibm.com/docs/en/i/7.5?topic=system-navigator-i
or https://www.ibm.com/docs/en/i/7.5?topic=sql-starting-interactive

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