Here's how I am doing a wildcard search, thanks to the replies here on Midrange a few weeks ago. *LANGIDSHR did the trick of case insensitivity, plus adding the bonus of ORDER BY giving you today's version of normal.
...
begsr *INZSR;
exec sql set option Commit = *None;
exec sql set option SRTSEQ = *LANGIDSHR;
...
exec sql declare C1 cursor for
select *
from NAMESP
where NALAST like :wSRCHLAST
order by NALAST;
...
wSRCHLAST could be populated with Roger or Rog or even %oge by the user, and you then cat onto the end an additional + "%"

Here is a screen shot:
http://martinvt.com/SQL_-beginers-/Sorting_Subfile/sorting_subfile.html.

On 11/25/2015 1:38 PM, Roger Harman wrote:
I'm trying to match employee names (first or last) to text in the user profile. It's just a rough match to help operations in a task.

I have all the first & last names in a file and the user profile info in another.

I've tried "where lower(UPTEXT) like (select srchname from namefile)" but it fails with SQL0811 "Result of SELECT more than one row".

The search names are in the form of "%roger%". I can match singles in STRSQL.

I can whip up an RPG with %scan() but curious if I can make the subselect work. There are hundreds of profiles and thousands of employees.

Thanks in advance.


Roger Harman
COMMON Certified Application Developer - ILE RPG on IBM i on Power
OCEAN User Group




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