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Hi!

Does DB2 handle extended ASCII table?
Example:
VALUES(CHR(65)) =A
VALUES(CHR(129) ) =null, but according to www.asciitable.com should be u
with umlaut.

Any idea ?

Best regards,
Kovi
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Oct 27 '06 #1
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Gregor Kovac( wrote:
Hi!

Does DB2 handle extended ASCII table?
Example:
VALUES(CHR(65)) =A
VALUES(CHR(129) ) =null, but according to www.asciitable.com should be u
with umlaut.

Any idea ?
I quote from the URL:
The _most_popular_ is presented below.
For single byte code pages I don't see a reason not to support all 255
characters and do whatever the DB code page mandates.

Anyway, the easiest workaround is probably to imply write a trivial UDF
in C/Java/CLR which does the job.

Cheers
Serge

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Serge Rielau
DB2 Solutions Development
IBM Toronto Lab

IOD Conference
http://www.ibm.com/software/data/ond...ness/conf2006/
Oct 27 '06 #2
Serge Rielau wrote:
Gregor Kovac( wrote:
>Hi!

Does DB2 handle extended ASCII table?
Example:
VALUES(CHR(65) ) =A
VALUES(CHR(129 )) =null, but according to www.asciitable.com should be u
with umlaut.

Any idea ?
I quote from the URL:
The _most_popular_ is presented below.
For single byte code pages I don't see a reason not to support all 255
characters and do whatever the DB code page mandates.

Anyway, the easiest workaround is probably to imply write a trivial UDF
in C/Java/CLR which does the job.
Of course a big case expression will also work ;-)

Cheers
Serge

--
Serge Rielau
DB2 Solutions Development
IBM Toronto Lab

IOD Conference
http://www.ibm.com/software/data/ond...ness/conf2006/
Oct 27 '06 #3
Serge Rielau wrote:
Serge Rielau wrote:
>Gregor Kovac( wrote:
>>Hi!

Does DB2 handle extended ASCII table?
Example:
VALUES(CHR(65 )) =A
VALUES(CHR(12 9)) =null, but according to www.asciitable.com should be
u with umlaut.

Any idea ?
I quote from the URL:
The _most_popular_ is presented below.
For single byte code pages I don't see a reason not to support all 255
characters and do whatever the DB code page mandates.

Anyway, the easiest workaround is probably to imply write a trivial UDF
in C/Java/CLR which does the job.
Of course a big case expression will also work ;-)

Cheers
Serge
Hmmm....

The thing is that I have to replace some characters in a VARCHAR field.
For example: Č (C with a caron) goes into CHR(219). I'm not sure quite what
are you talking about.

Best regards,
Kovi
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Oct 27 '06 #4
Gregor Kovač wrote:
Serge Rielau wrote:
>Serge Rielau wrote:
>>Gregor Kovac( wrote:
Hi!

Does DB2 handle extended ASCII table?
Example:
VALUES(CHR(6 5)) =A
VALUES(CHR(1 29)) =null, but according to www.asciitable.com should be
u with umlaut.

Any idea ?
I quote from the URL:
The _most_popular_ is presented below.
For single byte code pages I don't see a reason not to support all 255
characters and do whatever the DB code page mandates.

Anyway, the easiest workaround is probably to imply write a trivial UDF
in C/Java/CLR which does the job.
Of course a big case expression will also work ;-)

Cheers
Serge

Hmmm....

The thing is that I have to replace some characters in a VARCHAR field.
For example: Č (C with a caron) goes into CHR(219). I'm not sure quite what
are you talking about.

Best regards,
Kovi
CREATE FUNCTION extendedchr(arg INT) RETURNS CHAR(1)
RETURN CASE WHEN arg BETWEEN 0 AND 127 THEN CHR(arg)
WHEN arg = 219 THEN 'Č'
END

Wouldn't that work?
--
Serge Rielau
DB2 Solutions Development
IBM Toronto Lab

IOD Conference
http://www.ibm.com/software/data/ond...ness/conf2006/
Oct 27 '06 #5
Serge Rielau wrote:
Gregor Kovač wrote:
>Serge Rielau wrote:
>>Serge Rielau wrote:
Gregor Kovac( wrote:
Hi!
>
Does DB2 handle extended ASCII table?
Example:
VALUES(CHR( 65)) =A
VALUES(CHR( 129)) =null, but according to www.asciitable.com should
be u with umlaut.
>
Any idea ?
I quote from the URL:
The _most_popular_ is presented below.
For single byte code pages I don't see a reason not to support all 255
characters and do whatever the DB code page mandates.

Anyway, the easiest workaround is probably to imply write a trivial UDF
in C/Java/CLR which does the job.
Of course a big case expression will also work ;-)

Cheers
Serge

Hmmm....

The thing is that I have to replace some characters in a VARCHAR field.
For example: Č (C with a caron) goes into CHR(219). I'm not sure quite
what are you talking about.

Best regards,
Kovi
CREATE FUNCTION extendedchr(arg INT) RETURNS CHAR(1)
RETURN CASE WHEN arg BETWEEN 0 AND 127 THEN CHR(arg)
WHEN arg = 219 THEN 'Č'
END

Wouldn't that work?

Hmm.. Not exactly, because the right way to write this FUNCTION would be:
CREATE FUNCTION extendedchr(CHA R C) RETURNS CHAR(1)
RETURN CASE WHEN ASCII(C) BETWEEN 0 AND 127 THEN C
WHEN ASCII(A) = 219 THEN CHR(219)
END

The problem is that I cannot get CHR(219) to display properly.

Best regards,
Kovi

P.S.: I'm preparing the database for you, but I have a problem deleting
large tables. How would you recommend deleting a table really fast? The
problem is that I do not want to drop tables. :))

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Oct 28 '06 #6
Gregor Kovač wrote:
Serge Rielau wrote:
>Gregor Kovač wrote:
>>Serge Rielau wrote:

Serge Rielau wrote:
Gregor Kovac( wrote:
>Hi!
>>
>Does DB2 handle extended ASCII table?
>Example:
>VALUES(CHR (65)) =A
>VALUES(CHR (129)) =null, but according to www.asciitable.com should
>be u with umlaut.
>>
>Any idea ?
I quote from the URL:
The _most_popular_ is presented below.
For single byte code pages I don't see a reason not to support all 255
character s and do whatever the DB code page mandates.
>
Anyway, the easiest workaround is probably to imply write a trivial UDF
in C/Java/CLR which does the job.
Of course a big case expression will also work ;-)

Cheers
Serge

Hmmm....

The thing is that I have to replace some characters in a VARCHAR field.
For example: Č (C with a caron) goes into CHR(219). I'm not sure quite
what are you talking about.

Best regards,
Kovi
CREATE FUNCTION extendedchr(arg INT) RETURNS CHAR(1)
RETURN CASE WHEN arg BETWEEN 0 AND 127 THEN CHR(arg)
WHEN arg = 219 THEN 'Č'
END

Wouldn't that work?

Hmm.. Not exactly, because the right way to write this FUNCTION would be:
CREATE FUNCTION extendedchr(CHA R C) RETURNS CHAR(1)
RETURN CASE WHEN ASCII(C) BETWEEN 0 AND 127 THEN C
WHEN ASCII(A) = 219 THEN CHR(219)
END
Uhm.. isn't that a no-op?
If you have problems with display in CLP or wherever that sounds like a
code page problem.
P.S.: I'm preparing the database for you, but I have a problem deleting
large tables. How would you recommend deleting a table really fast? The
problem is that I do not want to drop tables. :))
ALTER TABLE T ACTIVATE NOT LOGGED INITIALLY WITH EMPTY TABLE;
COMMIT;
--
Serge Rielau
DB2 Solutions Development
IBM Toronto Lab

IOD Conference
http://www.ibm.com/software/data/ond...ness/conf2006/
Oct 28 '06 #7
Serge Rielau wrote:
Gregor Kovač wrote:
>Serge Rielau wrote:
>>Gregor Kovač wrote:
Serge Rielau wrote:

Serge Rielau wrote:
>Gregor Kovac( wrote:
>>Hi!
>>>
>>Does DB2 handle extended ASCII table?
>>Example :
>>VALUES(CH R(65)) =A
>>VALUES(CH R(129)) =null, but according to www.asciitable.com should
>>be u with umlaut.
>>>
>>Any idea ?
>I quote from the URL:
>The _most_popular_ is presented below.
>For single byte code pages I don't see a reason not to support all
>255 characters and do whatever the DB code page mandates.
>>
>Anyway, the easiest workaround is probably to imply write a trivial
>UDF in C/Java/CLR which does the job.
Of course a big case expression will also work ;-)
>
Cheers
Serge
>
Hmmm....

The thing is that I have to replace some characters in a VARCHAR field.
For example: Č (C with a caron) goes into CHR(219). I'm not sure quite
what are you talking about.

Best regards,
Kovi
CREATE FUNCTION extendedchr(arg INT) RETURNS CHAR(1)
RETURN CASE WHEN arg BETWEEN 0 AND 127 THEN CHR(arg)
WHEN arg = 219 THEN 'Č'
END

Wouldn't that work?

Hmm.. Not exactly, because the right way to write this FUNCTION would be:
CREATE FUNCTION extendedchr(CHA R C) RETURNS CHAR(1)
RETURN CASE WHEN ASCII(C) BETWEEN 0 AND 127 THEN C
WHEN ASCII(A) = 219 THEN CHR(219)
END
Uhm.. isn't that a no-op?
If you have problems with display in CLP or wherever that sounds like a
code page problem.
I'm sorry. This should be like this:
CREATE FUNCTION extendedchr(CHA R C) RETURNS CHAR(1)
RETURN CASE WHEN ASCII(C) BETWEEN 0 AND 127 THEN C
WHEN ASCII(C) = 219 THEN CHR(219)
END

I don't see the right output in my DB tool (DbVisualizer) and also not in
db2 interactive mode.
>P.S.: I'm preparing the database for you, but I have a problem deleting
large tables. How would you recommend deleting a table really fast? The
problem is that I do not want to drop tables. :))
ALTER TABLE T ACTIVATE NOT LOGGED INITIALLY WITH EMPTY TABLE;
COMMIT;
Hmm.. Running this give me:
DB21034E The command was processed as an SQL statement because it was not a
valid Command Line Processor command. During SQL processing it returned:
SQL1596N WITH EMPTY TABLE cannot be specified for "TABLE1".
SQLSTATE=42928

Docs say that when specifying WITH EMPTY TABLE:
"A partitioned table with attached data partitions cannot be emptied
(SQLSTATE 42928"
But this table is not partitioned.
>
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Oct 28 '06 #8
Gregor Kovač wrote:
Serge Rielau wrote:
>Gregor Kovač wrote:
>>Serge Rielau wrote:

Gregor Kovač wrote:
Serge Rielau wrote:
>
>Serge Rielau wrote:
>>Gregor Kovac( wrote:
>>>Hi!
>>>>
>>>Does DB2 handle extended ASCII table?
>>>Exampl e:
>>>VALUES(C HR(65)) =A
>>>VALUES(C HR(129)) =null, but according to www.asciitable.com should
>>>be u with umlaut.
>>>>
>>>Any idea ?
>>I quote from the URL:
>>The _most_popular_ is presented below.
>>For single byte code pages I don't see a reason not to support all
>>255 characters and do whatever the DB code page mandates.
>>>
>>Anyway, the easiest workaround is probably to imply write a trivial
>>UDF in C/Java/CLR which does the job.
>Of course a big case expression will also work ;-)
>>
>Cheers
>Serge
>>
Hmmm....
>
The thing is that I have to replace some characters in a VARCHAR field.
For example: Č (C with a caron) goes into CHR(219). I'm not sure quite
what are you talking about.
>
Best regards,
Kovi
CREATE FUNCTION extendedchr(arg INT) RETURNS CHAR(1)
RETURN CASE WHEN arg BETWEEN 0 AND 127 THEN CHR(arg)
WHEN arg = 219 THEN 'Č'
END

Wouldn't that work?
Hmm.. Not exactly, because the right way to write this FUNCTION would be:
CREATE FUNCTION extendedchr(CHA R C) RETURNS CHAR(1)
RETURN CASE WHEN ASCII(C) BETWEEN 0 AND 127 THEN C
WHEN ASCII(A) = 219 THEN CHR(219)
END
Uhm.. isn't that a no-op?
If you have problems with display in CLP or wherever that sounds like a
code page problem.

I'm sorry. This should be like this:
CREATE FUNCTION extendedchr(CHA R C) RETURNS CHAR(1)
RETURN CASE WHEN ASCII(C) BETWEEN 0 AND 127 THEN C
WHEN ASCII(C) = 219 THEN CHR(219)
END

I don't see the right output in my DB tool (DbVisualizer) and also not in
db2 interactive mode.
>>P.S.: I'm preparing the database for you, but I have a problem deleting
large tables. How would you recommend deleting a table really fast? The
problem is that I do not want to drop tables. :))
ALTER TABLE T ACTIVATE NOT LOGGED INITIALLY WITH EMPTY TABLE;
COMMIT;

Hmm.. Running this give me:
DB21034E The command was processed as an SQL statement because it was not a
valid Command Line Processor command. During SQL processing it returned:
SQL1596N WITH EMPTY TABLE cannot be specified for "TABLE1".
SQLSTATE=42928

Docs say that when specifying WITH EMPTY TABLE:
"A partitioned table with attached data partitions cannot be emptied
(SQLSTATE 42928"
But this table is not partitioned.
OK, well then what about doing a LOAD REPLACE or IMPORT REPLACE?

--
Serge Rielau
DB2 Solutions Development
IBM Toronto Lab

IOD Conference
http://www.ibm.com/software/data/ond...ness/conf2006/
Oct 29 '06 #9
Serge Rielau wrote:
Gregor Kovač wrote:
>Serge Rielau wrote:
>>Gregor Kovač wrote:
Serge Rielau wrote:

Gregor Kovač wrote:
>Serge Rielau wrote:
>>
>>Serge Rielau wrote:
>>>Gregor Kovac( wrote:
>>>>Hi!
>>>>>
>>>>Does DB2 handle extended ASCII table?
>>>>Example :
>>>>VALUES( CHR(65)) =A
>>>>VALUES( CHR(129)) =null, but according to www.asciitable.com
>>>>shoul d be u with umlaut.
>>>>>
>>>>Any idea ?
>>>I quote from the URL:
>>>The _most_popular_ is presented below.
>>>For single byte code pages I don't see a reason not to support all
>>>255 characters and do whatever the DB code page mandates.
>>>>
>>>Anyway , the easiest workaround is probably to imply write a trivial
>>>UDF in C/Java/CLR which does the job.
>>Of course a big case expression will also work ;-)
>>>
>>Cheers
>>Serge
>>>
>Hmmm....
>>
>The thing is that I have to replace some characters in a VARCHAR
>field. For example: Č (C with a caron) goes into CHR(219). I'm not
>sure quite what are you talking about.
>>
>Best regards,
> Kovi
CREATE FUNCTION extendedchr(arg INT) RETURNS CHAR(1)
RETURN CASE WHEN arg BETWEEN 0 AND 127 THEN CHR(arg)
WHEN arg = 219 THEN 'Č'
END
>
Wouldn't that work?
Hmm.. Not exactly, because the right way to write this FUNCTION would
be: CREATE FUNCTION extendedchr(CHA R C) RETURNS CHAR(1)
RETURN CASE WHEN ASCII(C) BETWEEN 0 AND 127 THEN C
WHEN ASCII(A) = 219 THEN CHR(219)
END
Uhm.. isn't that a no-op?
If you have problems with display in CLP or wherever that sounds like a
code page problem.

I'm sorry. This should be like this:
CREATE FUNCTION extendedchr(CHA R C) RETURNS CHAR(1)
RETURN CASE WHEN ASCII(C) BETWEEN 0 AND 127 THEN C
WHEN ASCII(C) = 219 THEN CHR(219)
END

I don't see the right output in my DB tool (DbVisualizer) and also not in
db2 interactive mode.
>>>P.S.: I'm preparing the database for you, but I have a problem deleting
large tables. How would you recommend deleting a table really fast? The
problem is that I do not want to drop tables. :))

ALTER TABLE T ACTIVATE NOT LOGGED INITIALLY WITH EMPTY TABLE;
COMMIT;

Hmm.. Running this give me:
DB21034E The command was processed as an SQL statement because it was
not a
valid Command Line Processor command. During SQL processing it returned:
SQL1596N WITH EMPTY TABLE cannot be specified for "TABLE1".
SQLSTATE=429 28

Docs say that when specifying WITH EMPTY TABLE:
"A partitioned table with attached data partitions cannot be emptied
(SQLSTATE 42928"
But this table is not partitioned.
OK, well then what about doing a LOAD REPLACE or IMPORT REPLACE?
Yes, I can do this, but ( :)) ) when I try to use IMPORT REPLACE it wants me
to drop tables that have foreign keys to the one im importing to. Ahh....
Any suggestions? I've also tried LOAD REPLACE, but didn't succeed with it.
I was using command:
LOAD FROM TABLE1.IXF OF IXF REPLACE INTO TABLE1
and it was working ok. :)

Thanks and best regards,
Kovi
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