I have a table that contains a field with multiple values separated by a bar |.
I need to select on the 2nd value.
I have tried using the LIKE command with %|value|% = 10
This picks up any value that matches 10, no matter what position te 10 is in.
I tried using the LIKE command with %|value_|% = 10
This still picks up any match with a 10.
Is there a way to create a select command that would only pick up a match on the 2nd value?
Separate columns for each field will certainly perform better because you can index them separately as required. Using any of the string-parsing methods described above, a full table scan would be required
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