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Oracle -- Multiple SELECT statement (Part #2) ?

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Below get ALL records, which is OK,
but I only want to get managers
tied to one employee.

Adding the below "WHERE" clause fails.

SELECT     LPAD(' ', (LEVEL - 1) * 3) || pos_code
      FROM COMPANY_POSITION_STRUCTURE_TAB T
      --where pos_code = '101/3802'
CONNECT BY PRIOR POS_CODE = SUP_POS_CODE
START WITH SUP_POS_CODE = '*'
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What SELECT or PL/SQL will allow me to
enter '133/1115' and get the below, indented ?

100/1000 OWNER
  101/3005 PRESIDENT
    101/1111 VICE PRESIDENT
      211/1115 MANAGER
       133/1115 EMPLOYEE
----------------------------------------------------
What SELECT or PL/SQL will allow me to
enter '101/1111' and get the below, indented ?

100/1000 OWNER
  101/3005 PRESIDENT
    101/1111 VICE PRESIDENT

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