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  • Search in QRYDFN

    I am looking for an utility which will search for the sources of QRYDFN and tell me which query is using the string that I am looking for.

    RamvishakRamesh2,505 pointsBadges:
  • FTP query definition to another AS/400 server

    I have a QRY in one of the system. but, I don't have this on other system where I wanted to populate the results using the QRY that runs on system1. Thought of FTP'ing QRYDFN to other AS/400...though we have QRY object in library on system1, while FTP'g says no such file found in library xyz.. How...

    IMisnothing130 pointsBadges:
  • CL command to compare *QRYDFN files

    Is there a CL command like CMPPFM(Compare physical file member) to compare *QRYDFN files. The Process of doing Manual Comparison of *QRYDFN files is tedious and time consumming. Is there a cl command to simplify this process? Thanks.

    danmd5systemad370 pointsBadges:
  • Field level validation in AS/400 iSeries

    Hi,     I want to transfer control to cobol on every field of screen using TAB. How?  

    A1005 pointsBadges:
  • Forcing AS/400 query data to respect original data order

    000012   FROM      DISACTDTA1/COGJREP T02,  000013             DISACTDTA1/COGKREP T01,  000014             DISACTDTA1/COCXREP T04,  000015             DISACTDTA1/COGDREP T03,  000016             SATACTDTA1/FINURED T05  000017  ...

    AS400 - Ask the Expert485 pointsBadges:
  • PKCS#7 certificate

    Hi, We have a PKCS#7 certificate(webservice) needs to installed in i5. Could you please provide me the steps for installation. we have done it in windows but now we need to do the same in i5. in windows it was simple which we just copied. but not sure how it works in i5. Please suggest.

    I5Cert45 pointsBadges:
  • Finding Files used by Query/400

    Somewhere I know I had notes and maybe code to do this, but the clock is ticking, so does anyone have the way to extract what files are being used in exisiting (old!) queries - *QRYDFN type I have an extract utility written, but it's old stuff, and iteratively prints and reads the output. this...

    Yorkshireman5,580 pointsBadges:
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