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Comma-delimited EXPORT from DB/2

Comma-delimited EXPORT from DB/2

Comma-delimited EXPORT from DB/2

(OP)
Hi All,

This is really a DB/2 SQL question but one of you WebFocus
experts has probalbly have done something like this before.....

I'm trying to export a DB/2 table in a comma-delimited format, suitable for later loading into WebFocus.
When I issue the command:
EXPORT TO C:\IBI\PGFTEMP\EXP_STAT.TXT OF DEL
SELECT SO_STATUS_NEXT_ID,
       SO_STATUS_NEXT_DESC
       FROM E6DW_DATA.SOT_LU_STATUS_NEXT
WHERE SO_STATUS_NEXT_ID <= '999' WITH UR;
It works fine and I get this output:
"502","Sales Quote with PDC"
"545","Picking Confirmation"
So far, so good.....
I don't really want the double-quote marks around everything but I can live with them - BUT - what I really want is:
"502","Sales Quote with PDC",$
"545","Picking Confirmation",$
So, I need to insert the string ,$ at the end of the line, exactly as shown, with NO quotes, either single or double, around the ,$
Is there any way to do this easily?
Many Thanks for any help, regards, Peter

RE: Comma-delimited EXPORT from DB/2

Do not have DB2 to test but try putting a constant in your SQL SELECT statement.

SELECT SO_STATUS_NEXT_ID,
       SO_STATUS_NEXT_DESC, ',$'

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