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RUNSQLSTM report

How can I stop RUNSQLSTM from printing the SQL run summary report -- even when the setting of Listing output (OUTPUT) is set to *NONE?
The RUNSQLSTM process is designed to put the returned information into a spooled file to allow verification of execution of the SQL statements in the statement that is being executed. There isn't a way that I know of within the command to prevent it from happening. The OUTPUT(*NONE) is a parameter for the source of the compile when the CLI processor is called passing the source you are attempting to execute and has nothing to do with the output spooled file. If you are sure the execution will occur correctly, you can imbed it in a CL program and delete the spooled file after the RUNSQLSTM has completed.

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