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Hello,

I'm aware of the CONTAINS key word in FOCUS Code. However, when I generate sql using CONTAINS.

 

TABLE FILE CAR
BY COUNTRY
WHERE COUNTRY CONTAINS 'England'
END

 


It generates

 
WHERE COUNTRY LIKE '%England%'
 


I'd like SQL to generate:

 

WHERE COUNTRY CONTAINS 'England'

 


Does anyone have an idea how to do this?

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Brandon

WebFOCUS translates to ANSI standard SQL and I don't think CONTAINS is ANSI standard. You should be able to code it yourself and use SQL Passthru.


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thanks Chuck. As always, appreciate your responses.


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