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Message Posted: Fri, 20 Feb 2004 @ 17:58:27 GMT
Check with your DBAs the settings for the following DBSControl record field: MaxParTreeSegs. If they can set it to 128 or higher, you might be able to use up to 64 WHEN clauses. I am not quite sure about that, though. The limit usually applies to the number of subqueries per SELECT. I am guessing that it also applies to CASE and would appreciate your feedback if you decide to tune that parameter.
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