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vjya

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PostPosted: Sun Mar 29, 2009 6:21 pm    Post subject: Want to Insert the rows that are retreived from CURSOR
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Hi All, Here is my requirement:

1. Read the rows from DB(cursor).
2.Copy the same rows and change the value of ISTC ID and insert them on to the same table.

Please tell me ...if there is any easiest and efficient way to do this.

(Backgroud: I have declared a cusror, fetched one by one, modified the field ISTC ID and inserted one by one...which is a big process to do icon_sad.gif )

Thankyou,
Vjya.
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PostPosted: Sun Mar 29, 2009 7:18 pm    Post subject:
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you could
  1. dump the table
  2. modify the qsam file
  3. load the table from the modified qsam file.


obvious problems: duplicate keys.
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PostPosted: Mon Mar 30, 2009 12:47 pm    Post subject: Reply to: Want to Insert the rows that are retreived from CU
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vjya,

It would have been helpful for us to suggest, if you could have shared the unique index fields ,cursor and insert clause definition.

Doubt: Do you actually want to insert another set of rows with exactly the same values except "ISTC ID" or You wish to update the "ISTC ID" field.

You may think of the following options in case of an update .

1. If you can uniquely identify "ISTC ID" by some filter criteria (using unique index) then u might try directly updating the same.

2. If the above scenario is not possible then u might go for a multi row fetch feature of DB2. This improves the fetch processing by as much as 50%. So, instead of fetching a row at a time you can use multifetch and update the same.

In case of an insert, you might try multi row fetch and multi row insert feature ...not sure how will you handle the duplicates.

WTF
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