Can be done using SQL and INSERT command or by CPYF with an *ADD.
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I have to agree with Splat on this. These questions could be to gauge how much you do/don't know so that they can determine training required, early expectations, initial salary; not necessarily hiring (look at hiring information and you will see that hiring is based less on technical knowledge and more on personality fit in most cases.) If this is a large IT department, they will care more that you can learn, smaller shops (i.e. where you will be the only AS/400 expert) you would be frustrated.
As part of a recent interview process, I was asked to take a technical test. I was told that I wasn't expected to (and I didn't) get 100% (after 20 years). Rather it was to determine that I did know something and still had an openness to learn and grow.
In the case of the forum, I think others would agree, we would prefere you to be up front about it. "I am going to an interview and have been told that this question will be asked ... I have researched and think I can answer it this way... Am I on the right track?
our purpose is to help technical users of the AS/400. We will be happy to help you with your technical use. We don't feel that feeding you answers to interview questions is a help to you or your future employer.