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Oracle8 - LIKE OPERATOR ON CLOB

Posted on 2003-12-06
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In Oracle 9 I could use the LIKE operator on CLOB objects, but it doesn't seems to work in Oracle 8.

Is there an alternative way to do it in Oracle 8 ?

example: select * from article where bodyText LIKE '%TEST%'

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by:seazodiac
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that's right, in Oracle8i you have to use dbms_lob package.


SQL> SELECT * FROM A WHERE dbms_lob.instr(<column>,'<search_string>',1,1)>0;

hope this helps




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That helped a lot. Could you make it case-INsensitive too?
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I guess you can do it by adding another layer of function like upper() or lower() like this:

SELECT * FROM A WHERE dbms_lob.instr(upper(<column>),upper('<search_string>'),1,1)>0;
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Off course :-)
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