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Stored Procedure in DB2 CONCAT syntax

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Hi,

How do i do string join in CONCAT statement i.e

CONCAT(query, STRNAME + 'test 123');

is this correct?
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Are you concatenating a field in your query or are you trying to concatenate the entire result set? To use it to concatenate two strings, you could use the "||" operator. IE for the last two fields you in your statement, you could do:

STRNAME || 'test 123'

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