with tbl as (select atlib, atfile,
length(rtrim(atlib)) - 4) as matchLib
where atlib like '%FTEST'
select atlib, atfile
from dspfd A left exception join tbl B
on A.atlib = b.matchLib and A.atfile = B.atfile
This gives you files from <PREFIX>F that don't exist in <PREFIX>FTEST.
Do you want files in <PREFIX>FTEST that don't exist in <PREFIX>F?
On Mon, Nov 10, 2008 at 4:10 AM, David FOXWELL <David.FOXWELL@xxxxxxxxx>wrote:
I have several libraries named <PREFIX>F each having a duplicate library
All files in library <PREFIX>F SHOULD have a file with the same name in
<PREFIX>FTEST. However, there are imperfections and now many files don't
exist in the library <PREFIX>FTEST.
I have a file named DSPFD resulting from DSPFD *ALLUSR/*ALL to work with.
I want to list the missing files from the libraries named LIKE '%FTEST%'
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