The CPYFRMQRYF will leave the file pointer at the EOF.

Why do you use the file that is created by your CPYFRMQRYF in your RPG
instead.

-----Original Message-----
From: Vini Kolathur [mailto:Vini.Kolathur@msasaro.com]
Sent: Wednesday, July 28, 1999 7:38 PM
To: RPG400-L@midrange.com
Subject: Problem in OPNQRYF


     Hi,
        I am working on a V4R1 and i faced this queer problem.
     These are following sequence of steps that i follow in a CLP:
     1.Override the file with Share(*yes).
     2.Do a OPNQRYF with a Query select expression.
     3.Do a CPYFRMQRYF to a file in QTEMP which is not used anywhere.
     4.Call a RPGILE program which reads the file used in OPNQRYF.
     
     The problem is that when the RPG is called the file is already at
EOF.
     When the same thing is done with step 3 left out then the program 
     works fine. Is that a bug somewhere or am i missing something.
     
     Vini
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