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iSeries Query - Code behind

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We have clients who have not been exposed to SQL and have built a few
thousand queries using the iSeries Query tool via their 5250 sessions.

Is there any way to gather the code behind these queries that they have
saved? Rather than opening each of them to reverse engineer how they
work and rebuild them in SQL?

Thank You!
Jason

Jan 19 '07 #1
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On 19 Jan 2007 14:15:23 -0800, "ke******@gmail.com"
<ke******@gmail.comwrote:
>We have clients who have not been exposed to SQL and have built a few
thousand queries using the iSeries Query tool via their 5250 sessions.

Is there any way to gather the code behind these queries that they have
saved? Rather than opening each of them to reverse engineer how they
work and rebuild them in SQL?

Thank You!
Jason
If not too late:

RTVQMQRY - Retrieve Query Mgmt Query

The Retrieve Query Management Query (RTVQMQRY) command allows you to
retrieve Structured Query Language (SQL) source from a query
management query (QMQRY) object. The source records are placed into
an editable source file member.
this includes iSeries (As/400, i5, System i....whatever) Query. Also
make sure you use ALWQRYDFN(*YES)
Jan 27 '07 #2

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