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Accessing an explicit file member using interactive SQL

Can you access an explicit file member using interactive SQL? I want to access a multi-member *PF.
Yes, the easiest way is to create an alias for each secondary member that you want to access, and then use the ALIAS name on your SQL request. Creating an alias is just a one-time setup operation.

Here's an example:
CREATE ALIAS mylib/a1 FOR mylib/myfile(mbr1)

SELECT * FROM mylib/a1 WHERE f1>0

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Yes. First do CREATE ALIAS over the member you want. Now do your sql statement over that AILIAS
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Or you can do any override database file command prior to starting SQL to the member you require 
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