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Subj:   Case sensitivity modifier in IN clause
 
From:   Marcus_Joseph

I'm unable to use NOT CS in the IN clause. How do I specify the case sensitive modifier in the IN clause ?

eg:

Case 1:

The SQL

     Sel * from dbc.databases
        where databasename (NOT CS) ='D1' (NOT CS)
              OR databasename (NOT CS) = 'D2' (NOT CS);

Equivalent SQL using IN clause

     Sel * from dbc.databases
        where databasename IN ('D1', 'D2');

Case 2:

The SQL with the NOT CS clause

     Sel * from dbc.databases
        where databasename (NOT CS) ='D1' (NOT CS)
              OR databasename (NOT CS) = 'D2' (NOT CS);

Equivalent SQL using IN clause and NOT CS

     Sel * from dbc.databases
        where databasename IN ('D1' (NOT CS), 'D2' (NOT CS));
      *** Error 3707 Syntax error, expected something like ')' between ')' and  ','.
                       Statement# 1, Info =68
      *** Total elapsed time was 1 second.


     
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