START filename KEY IS GREATER THAN 75This means that the next VSAM read will begin with keys greater than 75. In SQL, you would build this into your SELECT statement. For example:
SELECT col1, col2, ... colx FROM tablename WHERE KEY > 75 AND ... other conditions ...;Of course, I do not recommend that you just dive into this conversion until you get adequate training on DB2, SQL and the differences between flat/VSAM files and relational tables. Good luck.
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