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Loading a Fixed text file without Carriage Return and Line Feed

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I am having a problem using LOAD in DB2 v8.1.  I am trying to load a fixed length text file that does not have a carriage return and line feed at the end of each record.  The entire text file continues on one line.  I have tried to load the file using "METHOD L" in my LOAD script but it doesn't seem to be working.  Does anyone know how I can load the text file without a carriage return and line feed?
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post the load command you are using please
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I figured out how to do this.  I needed to use the "MODIFIED BY RECLEN=x" in my LOAD command.
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I figured out how to do this.  I needed to use the "MODIFIED BY RECLEN=x" in my LOAD command.
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I figured out how to do this.  I needed to use the "MODIFIED BY RECLEN=x" in my LOAD command.
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please post a request in community support to have your points refunded and this question removed from the active list
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