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The Modern SQL Language Fun with SQL
Bob Cozzi


Tuesday August 18th 2015

Richard Schoen

Casey's Restaurant and Bar (new location)
415 E. North Avenue (IL-64), just East of I-355
Lombard IL

5:00 Registration
6:00 Dinner and Business Meeting
7:00 Presentation

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This session shows you several working examples of SQL that you can take home and start using immediately. Several queries (SQL SELECT statements) are provided to retrieve information that is already on your machine, such as Joblogs, disk info, PTFs, object info, and basic system information. We'll show you how to redirect their output to various output formats. In addition, using SQL to displace classic CL tasks, such as RUNQRY, CPYF, CLRPFM, CRTPFM are illustrated for your reference. Lastly, 3-level names are reviewed to help you get a better understanding of how to use SQL to query data on another partition or a remote system.

Bob Cozzi

Bob Cozzi has been providing solutions for the IBM i platform for over 35 years. From the original "Q38 Technical Journal" to "Midrange" magazine, to his RPG books and "RPG World" conferences, to the free IBM i community website he founded midrangeNews.com, Bob has been helping IBM i shops by providing the kind of information they need today. Currently he focuses on developing his two core products, Cozzi Tools, a popular collection of IBM i tools and utilities, and SQL Query File, a contemporary way to run SQL queries and direct the output to any format.

 
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Dinner Meeting Directions

The event will be held at Casey's Restaurant and Bar (new location) at 415 E. North Avenue (IL-64), just East of I-355 in Lombard, IL

Casey's Restaurant and Bar in Lombard is located on the South side of North Avenue (IL-64) east of I-355.

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