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Thank you. Using the field number worked. Strange that you cannot use the
field name.

On Tue, Jul 26, 2022 at 2:28 PM Carel via MIDRANGE-L <
midrange-l@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Use an ALIAS for UPPER(process) like:

Select Distinct upper(Process) AS Process_A, etc
Order by Process_A

Op 26-7-2022 om 19:51 schreef a4g atl:
I need help building this statement.
IBMi does not like it.

set schema oprutllib;

(Select Distinct upper(Process), Schedule_Year, Schedule_Period,

'Tasks' As File,


from Mth_Tasks

Union All

Select Distinct upper(Process), Schedule_Year, Schedule_Period,

'Log' As File,


from Mth_Logs )

Order by upper(Process), Schedule_Year desc, Schedule_Period desc,


If I do the order by as : Order by Process, Schedule_Year desc,
Schedule_Period desc, Schedule Desc

it complains that PROCESS is undefined or not in the list.

As the field Process allows both upper and lower case, I need to be able
sort using uppercase.

Any Suggestions would be appreciated.


*Darryl Freinkel*

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