select imlitm from f4101 FETCH FIRST 10 ROWS ONLY F4101 in *LIBL type *FILE not found. > select imlitm from a73dta2/f4101 FETCH FIRST 10 ROWS ONLY SELECT statement run complete.
It seems the iSeries is not using the PATH, except for "The SQL path is an ordered list of schema names. The database...
manager uses the path to resolve the schema name for unqualified distinct type names (both built-in types and distinct types), function names, and procedure names..."
Can you see from this what I am missing?
If you're at V5R2 or V5R3, you can use the SET SCHEMA statement for unqualified view & table names. Another alternative is using the *SYS SQL Naming option which uses the OS/400 library list to search for unqualified table & view names.
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