I was wondering if there is a way to check for regular expressions in DB2's SQL. For instance, given a string field of value "Mary";"Tom";"Bob" I would like to be able to chack all are seperated by semi colons and have a double quote text qualifier. Any idea?
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Recursive SQL in UDB/LUW (you can use 'recursive' and 'SQL' in the same sentence)
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