When a user with S36 rights runs a query the result files are all combined into one field. Take away the S36 rights...
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and the same user will get the correct results. What could make this happen?
When operating in S36 mode, query assumes that a flat-file would need to be the default output. Changing to non-S36 mode will cause query to create a normal DB2/400 output file.
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