I recall that Scott had a cab parser.
I used for this exact issue


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Bryan Dietz

On Aug 7, 2015, at 1:00 PM, rob@xxxxxxxxx wrote:

Lets say I run a command the automatically populates a db2 column with
lparname1,1,status
lparname2,2,status
lparname3,3,status
No danger of a comma being imbedded other than as shown. IOW no risk of
"lpar,1,name",1,status.
I know I can parse this out with SQL with a bunch of LOCATE's and whatnot.
But, if there's some cool function that I'm missing I'd rather examine
that.
My workaround may be to pipe this out to a stream file instead of a DB2
file and use CPYFRMIMPF. And if "I'm" looking at CPYFRMIMPF you know
that's desperation.

No CSVPARSE(fromstring, ColumnNbr) is there?


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