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Status Delivered
Workspace QMF for z/OS
Created by Guest
Created on Apr 24, 2013

A new functionality to build a query in prompted mode RFE 34102

Starting from the table shown on the the left in the workspace area, to give the possibility to select the columns to include in the query using a double click or drag & drop or using a menu from rigth click
  • Guest
    Jul 31, 2019

    This is already implemented in 12.2 customer was notified and RFE was closed

  • Guest
    Jan 9, 2019

    In QMF 12.1, this functionality was implemented in the QMF for Workstation in the Build View and in the Prompted View. It is not in QMF for WebSphere. However in QMF for WebSphere both the Prompted View and the Build view present a column list in the view for selecting columns. At QMF 12.2 both QMF for Workstation and QMF for WebSphere, both offer "type ahead" in the SQL view via the combination of CTRL + SPACE, which will give a column list after the SELECT keyword. With these features as a starting point, could you elaborate on which QMF applications and the details you would like to see it this feature? Thanks, Shawn Sullivan