• Trying to use AS/400 as a new employee

    I've been hired by a retailer that uses AS 400 for just about everything, but provides almost no instructions or procedures to use the computers. As an older salesman (abt. 60), I have little experience with old DOS programs, but am now required to enter and edit sales orders, financing contracts,...

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  • How do I modify the value returned from current(time)

    I have an AS/400 query that requires me to search records with a timestamp from 20 mins prior to the current system time. If I use the current(time) value in the query, how do I modify it to return a time 20 minutes earlier?

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  • How to get a Lastname from a field that contains the Full Name? (RPG-ILE)

    Hi Guys, I need your suggestions.... I have to extract data from our AS400 box and convert it into text file. For a client's name we have 3 particular fields. 1. FirstName, 2. LastName and 3. FullName. The problem is there are records where First Name and LastName fields are empty. Thats why I have...

    Niel5 pointsBadges:
  • AS400 Profile Change Query

    Hey guys, can anyone provide me with information to query and produce a report that shows the date and time when a user profile was changed.

    Johnb2015 pointsBadges:
  • AS400 Query

    Hello, How can you add a WEEK e,g, . *Monday thru Friday in the DEFINE RESULT FIELDS ?

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  • seect records for current day

    I want to run a daily job and select records that have been added on current date, field is 6,0 P in YYMMDD format, how can this be accomplished without modifying daily?

    rmb115 pointsBadges:
  • Send Object

    Dear , How i can send one object from One Server to another server please tell me step by step and which command is use Regards, SNK

    RNK5 pointsBadges:
  • who is signed on to the as400

    Having been in unix too long don't have the command to display the active users on the as400, like the who command in unix

    Dlopomo5 pointsBadges:
  • AS/400 object location in library

    Hi, I am a very new user to AS/400. I am using a RUMBA client and part of my "ticket" is entered through a free notes section. I can query other items such as customer name, dates, numbers etc etc, but i do not know how to locate where the object is for the "free notes" section to query this for my...

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  • Duplicated Files

    Hi friends, I have a System (AS/400) and on this server i have many and many files with the same name , example: I have the file FILEX on LIB1, FILEX on LIB2, FILEX on LIB3 , etc ..... I Run the command DSPOBJD OBJ(*ALL/*ALL) OBJTYPE(*ALL) OUTPUT(*OUTFILE) OUTFILE(LIBTEST/FILETEST). Now, How can I...

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  • OPNQRY

    Hi ALL, I am trying to pass to variable to the query select. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- OVRDBF FILE(filename) SHARE(*YES) OPNQRYF FILE((library/filename) QRYSLT('DATE + *EQ "&SATDYYMD"') /*the variable contains the date*/...

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  • User Profile Info.

    Hi, I want to write a query that will only pull the following info.: UserID, OutQ, Printer Device. What Library would house this information? Thanks in advance!!

    Rmason345 pointsBadges:
  • Finding newly created objects

    I am trying to define a query to find any newly created objects ona daily basis. I have scheduled a job to run daily that creates a file to display all DSPOBJD which outputs into a physical file. I now want to query this file to find anything created on the previous day (the job runs overnight)....

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  • Getting wildcard results from OPNQRYF

    Hi all, I am trying to query a PF to get back all records where fields OWNER1 and OWNER2 have an entered user value (ie; JOHN - I would want to return JOHN, JOHNATHON, JOHNS, ARJOHNS, etc) The best so far I have been able to come up with is: DCL VAR(&CF03) TYPE(*CHAR) DCL VAR(&INOWN) TYPE(*CHAR)...

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  • IF statement in AS/400 query

    Can I use an if-type statement to return a different value? For example, i thought i would use define results fields to say if(lnt03=34,"advance","payoff") liek I would in excel. of course this doesn't work...

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  • what is syntax to convert minutes to days in an as/400 query?

    I have a field in an as/400 query that shows minutes and I don't know how to define a result to convert it to days.

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  • Nested Selects

    A project I am working on requires that I do some stuff on a iSeries/AS400 DB (which I'm accessing through a linked server on a remote machine). I'm trying to build a query, but some of the AS400 syntax is giving me problems, and I was hoping that someone would be able to help me with this. the...

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  • Identifying output files in query definitions

    How can one identify all/only output files in a list of query definitions (the list has over 1000 queries in it)? Executing in batch RUNQRY with parameter PRTDFN(*YES), in a loop for each query, then scanning the collective result, might theoretically do the job but doesn't work for queries in...

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  • New AS400 Query user, some knowledge

    How do I find the library and file name to pull info from?

    Yonext20005 pointsBadges:
  • Editing invalid calculations into zeros

    How do I change a invalid calculated value (due to some zero quantities) into a value of ZERO? I need to save this in a file for later pulling into a spreadsheet.

    ActionMike5 pointsBadges:

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