QMF SQL Text - Where is the SQL stored?

Posted on 2006-04-11
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IBM's Query Management Facility (QMF) allows users to create/store queries created in SQL. For example:


Easy stuff.  The user can store the the query in QMF as USERNAME.QUERY1, for example.

My question is: in which table is the literal SQL, a.k.a. USERNAME.QUERY1, stored? (I am NOT looking for the results of the query, but the SQL text).

I hope my question is clear enough for all to understand.
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