So, I can do this two ways:
1) (the way I know) put the statements in a file and run multiple
2) Put the functions and switch settings in a file as suggested by
Charles and run a single DELETE. Thing is, I did not specify that a
function and a matching switch setting were needed. I don't know how
to do that.
Guess I will just go with what I know. Only 29 delete lines.
John McKee on 10/30/2012 05:48 PM wrote:
Finally getting to try this. I wanted to use the file method.
I neglected to include an additional parameter in my example.
Needs to be:
DELETE FROM SECWRK/BSYSQSP2
WHERE QSSEC2 <> '@ADR'
AND QSFN01 = 'BOC151CL'
AND QSSW01 = 'E'
Other values for QSFN01 have either no value for QSSW01 or some
other single character.
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