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Subj:   Re: Case sensitivity modifier in IN clause
From:   Dieter Noeth

Marcus_Joseph wrote:

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

I tried the Standard SQL solution:

"where upper(databasename) IN (upper('D1'), upper('D2'))"

This returns the same syntax error.

Looks like a parser bug to me, it complains about any closing parenthesis.

As a workaround you'll have to use ORed conditions.


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