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  • 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:
  • How to open .db files with Excel

    Hi, how to config Excel to allow opening of .db files?

    cfs0105 pointsBadges:
  • A01 Extension File

    Hi, It is some kind of DB file which has extension .a01. But I can't read the file because it's not clear. When I open it in notepad, it displays ASCII (Encrypted Format) only.

    Rupees15 pointsBadges:
  • Changed Foxpro 2.6 .dbf file and change doesn’t show up when I run the .exe

    Hi, I am hoping I am posting this in the correct forum. I work for a company that is running a simple tickets database program to track who uses what sports tickets. There is a .exe file and a few .dbf files, etc. About 10 files in a folder to run this Tickets program from Dos FoxPro 2.6 version....

    Djr6004135 pointsBadges:
  • Converting a command to a Database File

    I was wondering if someone can offer some code or a site that would show some code examples of what I am trying to do on my LPARs. I’ve created a DB file using command CVTWRKSBS so I could create an IBM query over it to see what subsystems are active on the LPAR. However, I want this done on all...

    Rrbond07135 pointsBadges:
  • Database file in Novell GroupWise

    what is a data base file in novell groupwise.Is it associated with each novell file or there is only 1 which contains info for all other file

    PCVITA15 pointsBadges:
  • DBF in AS/400 – last record written

    Hi , There is  file which has 6 fields and the first four as its key. Is there any way to figure out which is the last record written into it.   Thanks

    Atti123135 pointsBadges:
  • I want to dump the contents of the DSPFD command to file and then use FNDSTRPDM to find certain text strings

    I am doing some testing with file attributes that I want to automate.  I have been using the DSPFD command to print the attributes of the file.  I would now like to automate that.  I tried dumping the output of the command to an outfile and then using FNDSTRPDM to find out if the attribute was...

    Qa40045 pointsBadges:
  • AS/400 tab text delimited format of physical file

    Hi , Using i series utility you can download PF as Text Tab Delimited format in your PC.However when I do the same by CLP using CPYTOIMPF using FLDDLM as X'05' or *tab , I get a text tab delimited file which is not completely same as the file downloaded using I series utility.

    Atti123135 pointsBadges:
  • Want to delete objects of type ‘File’ except ‘source physical file’

    I have taken output of DSPOBJD in a database file. Now I want to delete all the objects having type '*FILE' and object attribute 'PF' but the problem is I don't want to delete 'Source physical files'. I just want to delete files except 'Source physical file'. can anybody suggest how to do that ?

    pankaj2r100 pointsBadges:
  • Receiving a Binary file

    I have a vendor who is placing a files on a FTP Server in Binary.  I need to retrieve those files and place them into an iSeries database file. Is there away to retrieve the file straight from the FTP Server into the database file using GET that will translate from binary to mixed text and packed...

    AS400PCFileTransfer16115 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:
  • Declaring the same file twice with two OPENID and reading the same file twice in CL Program

     Is it posssible read a db file while declaring twice with openID     and reading the same file twice

    Chraghuveer25 pointsBadges:
  • Where does the WPHOST file get stored in our Novell server?

    Where does the WPHOST.db file gets stored .Does it get stored in our local disc.If yes then where.And where is the novell address book gets stored it gets stored in our local disc or is present at the server side

    Sanchaita15 pointsBadges:
  • Recovering database files from failed Brightstor 12 server

    We have a failed brightstor 12 server. I can recover the files from the hard drive but the server is dead. We will be rebuilding a new one. Can I recover the database files and import them? And if so where are they located?

    Troubleshooter24755 pointsBadges:
  • EBCDIC Database File Problem

    My company received a file supposedly in EBCDIC format. We copied it to the shared network drive and attempted to FTP it several different times using several different types. The file transferred but when displaying it the records were all variable length and appears to have CR or EOL special...

    SKF75 pointsBadges:
  • cpyf and cpysplf: How to copy spool files and database files in AS/400?

    Hi, Can you give me the what are the steps to copy the data from one pf to another pf using cpyf? and how to copy the data from spool file to database file using cpysplf?  

    Girilabs130 pointsBadges:
  • Database files in Oracle 9i

    i had installed in my PC oracle 9i. i dont have time in practice in niit instutute. i had decided i will prctice in my home but problem is i dont used database file in oracle can u tell me setting about db files

    Varsha500950 pointsBadges:
  • Difference between QM Query and traditional query

    When both a QM Query and a traditional Query are run against a database file with IDENTICAL record selection, the traditional query returns more records. I can only guess that it has to do with a difference in the way each utility handles uncommitted data. It almost looks as if traditional Query...

    slateken230 pointsBadges:
  • sql in C#

    How can I attach And detach a database file to sqlserver in C# code ? please give me an example of this

    Sajjadzare5 pointsBadges:
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