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Load the records of a PS file in to DB2 table using LOAD

 
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PostPosted: Thu Jan 11, 2007 10:51 am    Post subject: Load the records of a PS file in to DB2 table using LOAD
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Hi,

I have to load the records of a PS file in to DB2 table using LOAD, but is it possible to give the values to the first column of the table randomly. the remaining coulumns should be file fields.

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Arun.
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PS means flat file with 80 legth.

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