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I recently (sometime after our 82x upgrade) noticed that the following code will work:
WHERE RUN_DATE GE '&YYMD'
RUN_DATE defined as HYYMDS. The SQL that gets produced is:
WHERE (T1."RUN_DATE" >= CAST('20201125 00:00:00' AS DATETIME));
This test is against SQL Server, but I am pretty sure it also works versus DB2. I am pretty sure that this did not always work, but it does now. Use of a literal, instead of the & variable, also works.