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Passing parm using open query

Passing parm using open query

Coming from a sequel server box and using linked server, does anyone know ho to pass a parm using open query?

declare @Terminal char(1)
set @Terminal = 'H'
FROM OPENQUERY(AS400SRV_MSDASQL, 'select   date(digits(decimal(rcdgj + 1900000,7,0))) as transdate,
                                           rcodoc as ticketno,
                                           rctank as tankid,
                                           rcpex1 as petroex,
                                           sum(decimal(rcqty * .01, 31, 2)) as gross,
                                           sum(decimal(rcnetg * .01, 31, 2)) as net
                                  from     VGITFRLIB.F551202A
                                  where    rcodoc <> '' '' and
                                           rcdl01 <> ''MANUAL RECEIPT'' and
                                           rcpltc = ' + @Terminal + '    
                                  group by date(digits(decimal(rcdgj + 1900000,7,0))),

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