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ISPF query tool

Free ISPF query tool for DB2 z/OS.


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Total downloads: 468
  • Last Updated: Apr 18, 2008
  • License: Freeware Free
  • OS: Windows 2003/XP/2000/Me/NT
  • Requirements: No special requirements

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ISPF query tool is a Development software developed by Cardett Associates Ltd.. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for ISPF query tool:

Edit by Brothersoft: Main features of the ISPF query tool
the program runs on z/OS (ISPF), so runs very fast because it is close to the data source.
you can view a table by simply typing the table name (how many hundreds of times have you typed "select * from"? No more).
you can easily display all the tables in your system, or within given criteria.
you can easily display the definition of a table (eg. columns in the table).
you can enter any SQL statement, both Selects and non-select Statements.
your SQL statement and the results from it are displayed on the same screen. You don?t have to switch between ?Edit Query? and ?Run Query? modes as you do on many other systems.
having displayed the rows of a table / results of a query, you can view the Details of an individual row.
queries can be saved.
you can scroll through a table without limit on the number of rows.
if you update a table you will be prompted to commit or rollback. This prevents inadvertent updating of data.
you can switch into EXPLAIN mode. Your queries will be Explained without being run. This is useful for checking SQL syntax and for getting cost estimates of various alternatives, without actually running the SQL.
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