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How can I get the system date from a SQL sentece??
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values current date
works also on iSeries.
If you need a timestamp, use
values current timestamp

If values doesn't work use
select current date from any_table
fetch first row only

any_table can be any table -- on UDB I'd
use syscat.sysdummy, but DB2/400 doesn't have this
AFAIK.
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It works!!!!
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