• Read selective file in CL by using OVRDBF

    How do I read selective file in CL by using OVRDBF by positioning to from particular record till selective record? Lets say I have Emp (record format is REC) file which is having 10 records (rrn or key field). Now I want to read file from 2nd record till 8th  record, how can we do this with...

    hndajad195 pointsBadges:
  • Passing variables from CL to QMQRY

    Hi, I have a CL that get parameter and run QMQRY. When I run it, I get a prompt: "Type a value for variable "x" and press enter". Why I get it even though I pass the parameter? The CL: " PGM PARAM(&X) DCL VAR(&X) TYPE(*CHAR) LEN(8) STRQMQR QMQR(LIB1/QRY1) OUTPUT(*OUTFILE)...

    felixb60 pointsBadges:
  • How to delete specific spool files

    I am not that familiar with command line code as access has been restricted and converted to screen options so forgive me. The task is every month I need to delete specific spool files > 9 months old with specific form type. Originally my thoughts were to: Create formatted file to copy the five...

    Stage15 pointsBadges:
  • EPSON LQ 590 CPI issue

    Hello, I have specified 20 CPI in my CL program using override command, but the printer still prints only 15 CPI. I'm printing information on a pre-printed form hence have positioning issues due to font size. Please advise.

    umesh135 pointsBadges:
  • Retrieve SQL messages from Joblog

    Hi, I'm on 6.1 and I have RUNSQL in a CL program. The statement is 'UPDATE ...' and run's okay but I need to get the SQL MSG SQL7957 with the number of rows updated or the SQL0100 (row not found). I can get this with RCVMSG but only in debug mode. Can anyone help me? Rui

    RuiFerr15 pointsBadges:
  • DSPFD command throws message CPF3061

    I am trying to delete members from a physical file if the member size is reaced. I have written code in CL as below -> dclf file(qtemp/ehutmp) opnid efile create outfile by dspfd-> dspfd file(ehub) type(*mbrlist) output(*outfile) outfile(qtemp/ehutmp) and then read file and delete old member...

    mohit123200 pointsBadges:
  • SQL/400: Call CL program

    From stored procedure in SQL/400, I want to call the CL program. I have created the wrapper program for calling CL as SQL procedure.(qcmd). How can I pass the param with quotes to CL program? SBMJOB CMD(CALL PGM(abc) PARM('parm1' +'parm2 'prtn1')) JOB(prt1) + USER(braha1)

    Bhusha40 pointsBadges:
  • How to use read command in CL program

    How do I use read Command in CL programming?

    mahalakshmi4375 pointsBadges:
  • Delete members from multimember physical file

    I have to remove members which are were created before six months from two physical files in a single CL program if the member size is reached in physical files. I am creating outfile using DSPFD command and then deleting records that are created before 6 months. EHUBTMP and EHUPTMP will be the...

    mohit123200 pointsBadges:
  • How to get number of members in two PF in single CL program

    I want to get no of members in two multi member physical files in a one CL program using outfiles. Please give a pseudo code for this. How should I use DCLF, DSPFFD, RCVF in my CL program for getting no of members in 2 physical files, say my physical files are file1 and file 2. Please help. Thanks...

    mohit123200 pointsBadges:
  • Print data types in CL program

    We have 100 files. We want to print the Field, Field Description and Data types through a CL program. Is it possible in a CL program?

    mahalak75 pointsBadges:
  • Insert data in a PF by using a CL program

    How do I insert the data in PF by using a CL program?

    venki125965 pointsBadges:
  • How to find object’s library?

    Inside a CL, I want to know the library of the compiled object, to see if it's in a test or production library. How can I do this?

    AnnieSBMC5 pointsBadges:
  • In a single CL Program, can we read a database file more than once?

    In a single CL Program, can we read a database file more than once

    Chraghuveer25 pointsBadges:
  • *INU3 and *INU4 SWS

    I am working on an some old programs that make use of *INU3 and * INU4 indicators. From the CL program it appears they are getting set on by ''00100000' and '00010000'. Would I be correct?

    UARTJ120 pointsBadges:
  • AS/400: Finding a list of objects which are locked by users.

    We have Visions Mimix global software replicating data from Source to 3 target servers. There are few users running sql queries etc on the target servers causing objects to go into lock and this results in objects going into replication error. Is it possible to get a list of objects which are...

    JohnsonMumbai1,280 pointsBadges:
  • Need help on the prompt override program

    Hello, I have command which when prompted asks for a confirmation and if a 'Y' is given then 2 more parameters appear retrieving data from a data area. I have setup the program override program and the confirm parameter on the command as a 'key parameter', the parms that retrieve data from the data...

    yaazhisai260 pointsBadges:
  • Is Mimix running from within our RPG/CL program?

    How can I know that Mimix is running from within my RPG/CL program. I have written a monitor for Mimix, and I need to be able to know when Mimix is not running so I can stop the monitor. Our operations team cannot use the Portal, politics.

    JonChilds15 pointsBadges:
  • Reading a file in Reverse Order in CL Program

    ) In CL program how can we read a data base file in reverse order.

    Chraghuveer25 pointsBadges:
  • SQL 9010 Error when using RUNSQLSTM

    I have a CL program having the following RUNSQLSTM RUNSQLSTM  SRCFILE(AMBDEV/MSRCAMB) SRCMBR(AMBJARRVK)            COMMIT(*NONE)                            AMBJARRVK is a SQL member file in MSRCAMB source file having this SQL statment DELETE FROM GDPF WHERE...

    MaldaTabbah5 pointsBadges:

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