I was trying to piece together what you were trying to accomplish.

I see the output form your HMC commands that are in CSV format.
I assumed you were trying to take that data and parse it out.

>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.

my thought was to use the CSV parse in place of cpytoimpf(shudder).
If you are looking for a certain column, once you have the data in your program, you can keep only the parts needed.


I did a similar thing with our HMC info.

bryan



rob@xxxxxxxxx wrote on 8/10/2015 7:26 AM:
That article was how to read a CSV file, not a column in a table that was
CSV. Or, were you trying to say ignore how to read the CSV, just use the
part on how to parse out the data?


Rob Berendt


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