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    Hi All,

    I have a query as below...

    Query UserPRF that has below file selection and record selection criteria.

    File selection as below…
    File . . . . . . . . . FILE_A (File ID: T01)
    File . . . . . . . . . FILE_B (File ID: T02)
    File . . . . . . . . . FILE_C (File ID: T03)
    File . . . . . . . . . FILE_D (File ID: T04)


    2=Matched records with primary file
    UPUPRF EQ SPUSR (File ID = T02)
    UPUPRF EQ USRID3 (File ID = T03)
    UPUPRF EQ USRID (File ID = T04)


    Select record condition as below…
    SPUSR EQ ' '
    AND USRVM# NE ' '
    AND USRPRT NE ' '


    And I am trying to achieve the same using join LF as below...

    A R RDSPUSR TEXT('Active User Profile')
    A*
    A JFILE(FILE_A FILE_B +
    A FILE_C FILE_D )
    A J JOIN(1 2)
    A JFLD(UPUPRF SPUSR )
    A J JOIN(1 3)
    A JFLD(UPUPRF USRID3 )
    A J JOIN(1 4)
    A JFLD(UPUPRF USRID )
    A UPUPRF
    A JREF(1)
    A COLHDG('User')
    A USRNME
    A JREF(4)
    A COLHDG('User Name')
    A UPTEXT
    A JREF(1)
    A COLHDG('User Text')


    So when I compile the file and run using runqry or SQL then it does not produce any records but if I run the above query then it produce records on same machine, so what I am missing in my DDS in JLF?
    Cheers...
    Nil

  • #2
    Your query should only give you records with no user profile specified - the JLF has no such restriction, so if anything your query should have less data than your JLF. I haven't delved into JLF's for awhile - use SQL instead, but I don't see anything that would give the results you describe myself.

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