• Subject: Re: SQL Query
  • From: Rob Berendt <rob@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 8 Mar 1999 16:02:19 -0500

You're right.  I am sorry.  I only tested my example with a single column.  It 
is not your OS version.

First of all let's see how big of a problem you really have.  Do the following:
select srclib, srcfile, srcmbr
from sqlfile
group by srclib, srcfile, srcmbr
having count(*)>1
Based on the number of hits we can make a decision on how to approach this 
further.





venu_yamajala@goodyear.com on 03/08/99 02:50:26 PM
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Subject:        Re: SQL Query

Tried this earlier. But the WHERE clause is not correct. SrcLib, SrcFil, SrcMbr
IN(Select......) is giving an error. I am at V3R7.
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