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Subj:   Re: EXISTS predicate bug?
 
From:   Geoffrey Rommel

  select * from n1 where EXISTS (select max(c1) from n1 where c1<0)  


  and let's say all the values in c1 are > 0  


  Then Oracle/UDB will return TRUE, but TD will return FALSE for this.  



I tried this on DB2 for z/OS (MVS), DB2/UDB for AIX, Informix, and Teradata. On all four platforms, the subquery ("select max(c1)...") returns a single row with a null value in it. Since there is a row, EXISTS, as you say, should evaluate as true. This conclusion is borne out by running the full query: on the other three platforms, it returns a number of rows, but on Teradata it returns an empty result. This is indeed a bug, in my opinion.



     
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