• Page at a time subfile

    I want to code loading a single page subfile in SQLRPGLE. How do I handle the page up and page down key, posotion to in that program? thanks, NG

    Nutangujar895 pointsBadges:
  • SQL query for same phone number

    I have 3 columns phone number, users and locations I would like to see only the name and phone numbers of the users that are calling the same phone number Not quite sure how to represent this in a SQL Statement Thank you very much for your assistance

    Iamnfo5 pointsBadges:
  • STRQMQRY in batch on i5

    Can STRQMQRY be run in batch? I am getting error message: Global variable prompting is not allowed in batch mode. I am passing 2 parameters from a display screen

    TOASTY35 pointsBadges:
  • Cross reference tool

    Hello, I'm currently working in an AS400 native RPG-environment, not ILE, and I want to create a cross reference for a part of the system(about 10 libraries). I'd like to create this by myself with the common commands on our system, I can do this thru DSPPGMREF and DSPBDR, DSPFD, DSPFFD, etc... But...

    Zappaz5 pointsBadges:
  • SQL related tables

    I have 2 tables one with all my products and their accociated details and another with comments on the products. Product table 1 prodID, title, description, price Comments table 2 commID, prodID, comment I would like to export this to a single XML file, thus an XML element for each product from...

    Geeko5 pointsBadges:
  • View scheduled jobs in a data file

    When using the WRKJOBSCDE command on the AS400, you can see information regarding jobs in the scheduler. Is this information contained in a file which can be accessed for query?

    cmarsellus50 pointsBadges:
  • ms sql query problem with a case statement

    [strong]This code works: SELECT     passengers.*, passship.passship_name AS name, passship.passship_speed AS speed, passship.passship_size AS cargo, hyperjump.hops AS hops, ROUND((passengers.pass_engers * passengers.pass_price) / (hyperjump.hops * passship.passship_speed), 0) AS ptprofit...

    Rinkratt20 pointsBadges:
  • Using SQL with MS Access and the AS400.

    Each of the numbers in the column [New PART] is linked to the column [OLD PART]. The [New Part] column may have multiple rows of the same number in the same column but is it due to the association to the [OLISTd part] column, which are out dated numbers. Both the [OLISTd part] and the [new part]...

    CompEng1,240 pointsBadges:
  • Updating a View

    I have a view that's missing data and needs to be updated. I'm not sure how to update a view - any help would be greatly appreciated. The database name is: ABCD_Dbase The view that needs to be updated is: dbo.vGoLPgcfos Thanks in advance. ~DJ  

    DCDJ45 pointsBadges:
  • Convert and Expand Field through SQL/400

    I am using the AS400 platform and a novice with SQL. I have a common field in multiple files - some files define the field as numeric and some alpha. My question: Is there a way in SQL to first convert the numeric field to alpha and then expand the alpha field adding two leading zeros? If this is...

    Rjejcsb5 pointsBadges:
  • text data to packed

    i have comp-3 data in a text field. i need to extract the info and convert it back to numerics to download to a pc. i want to use sql ...

    matis75 pointsBadges:
  • Using SRCDBG with an SQLRPGLE module

    I'm trying to debug a RPGLE module created with CRTSQLRPGI. The STRDBG program returns an error message stating the program "cannot be accessed". There is no DBGVIEW option on the CRTSQLRPGI command, so even if I get the debug to work. will I see any source data? Thanks.

    Grp5 pointsBadges:
  • file user open exceptions for printer file

    i'm opening a program defined printer file in SQLRPGLE.. i get error file is already open.... if that is the case, then i'm trying to write in that file but now this gives me exception that attempting to write in closed file...   Please help

    Nutangujar895 pointsBadges:
  • Need to know the date and time a particular sql command was fired through an interactive session

    Is it possible to find the date and time a particular sql command was entered. Iam able to view the commands entered in an sql session but not able to find the date and time the commands where fired.

    JohnsonMumbai1,210 pointsBadges:
  • Can I Use Tomcate as a “Witness” Server in SQL 2005 Mirroring

    Hello i am using SQL 2005 and i have Tomcat as an Application Server i want to use Mirroring on my DB and i am looking for the way that let me make Tomcat as my Witness server [Br class="height5" />[small] [/small]

    ITKE357,260 pointsBadges:
  • SQL EXPLAIN

    How do I interpret the EXPLAIN plan of a particular SQL which has "Bytes" and "Cost(CPU%)" columns?

    ITKE357,260 pointsBadges:
  • SQL Communication Area

    Hello, Can anyone explain the fucntionality of the program QSYS/QSQROUTE in AS400. Thnaks in advance

    Sris198655 pointsBadges:
  • sap training

    where is a good place to start to take sap training?

    Tsscare5 pointsBadges:
  • Cal I load a record SET into a work file using SQL within RPGLE?

    ALL - I have to process a set of Inventory Transactions based on W/H, Product, From Date, and To Date. Normally, I would jump into a Do Loop; read the SQL cursor; write the record to a work file; process until EOF. Can an SQL statement do all of that for me in one statement? I have not been able to...

    MurrayInfoSys940 pointsBadges:
  • General ODBC Error – Why

    I get an gernal ODBC error when running the below code. It looks like the sqlt is too long, but how can I get it to work as I need the query to be dynamic based on date. sqlt = "SELECT SCHED_TASK_EXEC.TASK_ID, SCHED_TASK_EXEC.TASK_TYPE, SCHED_TASK_EXEC.EXEC_TIME, SCHED_TASK_EXEC.END_TIME,...

    ITKE357,260 pointsBadges:

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