• Diff. between PF and a sql table

    can anybody say what is the most basic diff. between making pf by writing DDS and sql table by create table command because both can having index.....

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  • Database member Cross reference in Qsys? – Where’s it hidden?

    A number of useful objects are in Qsys these days. Items like QADBIFLD are very useful when you want a system wide search for a field. I've been looking for the equivalent for file members. Specifically, I want to search for all occurrences of a given file member name across the system's many...

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  • system storage

    Can anybody say if i make one pf with following DDs R RECORD    ENAME           20A    ESAL               5S0    EDOB                L        DATFMT(*MDY)                                     DATSEP('/') NOW I AM...

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  • IDelete QPFRDATA

    Hi, I just want to ask if it is possible to delete the PF (Physical File) inside my performance data library without causing any problem on my AS400 system. I found out that its file is so big.  

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  • Can i declare a display file and a physical file in a single CL

    Can i declare a display file and a physical file in a single CL.  Also can u share a sample program, which uses the parameters entered in the display file (using SNDRCV command) and processes records from a physical file.

    JohnsonMumbai1,160 pointsBadges:

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