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*NO - No temporary source file are deleted. This is the default.
*YES - Deletes temporary source files from QTEMP after RUNSQLSTM comples its tasks.
*BEFORE - Deletes the temp source files before running RUNSQLSTM.
*ALL - Deletes the QSQLSRC and QSQLT0000 in QTEMP before running RUNSQLSTM and again after running RUNSQLSTM.
The problem this solves is jobs using QTEMP on their library list and running other SQL interfaces that also use QSQLSRC in production. Unless those files are explicitly qualified to the production library, the jobs fail if RUNSQLSTM was used since QSQLSRC now exists in QTEMP, on the library list before the production library name. So it gets used instead of what was expected.
By taking this approach the code that depends on those temp files continues to work as expected, and so does production code that isn't expecting those files to suddenly appear in QTEMP.
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