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I know how to use grep and all, this is not another chapter in that unpublished rag, for my purposes an sql solution serves me more directly, I wanted to avoid a command line solution. 

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From: Jack <midrange-l@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
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Date: Friday, 12 August 2022 4:10 PM CDT
Subject: Re: Find string in multiple it's files using sql services

On Fri, Aug 12, 2022 at 10:38 AM Roger Harman <roger.harman@xxxxxxxxxxx>

As opposed to using "grep"?

The only sensible way to do it, and if you are on IBM i and not planning to
off-platform, it's half-past time to learn grep sed tr etc. and your basic
pipeline tools.

*Another chapter in the continuing saga of "Open Source Is Not An Option,
It's A Necessity".*

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Subject: Find string in multiple it's files using sql services

I have XML files in a folder, I want to see which ones have a certain
value in them, such as an account code. I tried ifs_object_statistics with
start_path_name ==> set, joined to ifs_read, the path_name from
ifs_object_statistics in path_name ==>.

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