VIM – JOIN Conditions with Unicode and ASCII

JOIN Conditions with Unicode and ASCII

I cannot stress the dangers of copying data from Excel or HTML and assuming that it’s ASCII. For example U+0040 is the unicode version of @. We ingested the unicode version and couldn’t see why a JOIN condition on the data table wasn’t working.

I looked at the source JSON ( a FHIR DSTU2 Group ) and loaded in VIM and used the following trick:

set encoding=latin1

We ended up showing that our data table’s contents were different using:

0A40 vs 40


Remove Duplicates in DB2 Columnar Format

I had dupe data in my OLAP table, where the columnar data can be duplicated based on event id. (I loaded data 2x). I had to differentiate the data and remove the duplicates, so I assigned row_numbers over a partition ordered by.

I hope this helps you.
db2 "update (select OME.*, row_number() over(partition by IDN_EVENT_ID order by IDN_EVENT_ID) as rnk from X.OLAP OME) set APP_NM = rnk"

Then I removed using this.

I recommend the two-phase, as you can in theory run this en batch, or async, and double check, versus hope it works.

Deleting a bad changelog in Liquibase

1 – Identify the change set you need to remove (to run again)

<changeSet author=“me” id=“2.1.0-x-table”>
<sqlFile path=“/mycustomsql.sql”
relativeToChangelogFile=false” stripComments=“true” />

2 – As your db instance owner, remove the change log entry
[db2inst1@db myfolder]$ db2 “DELETE from myschema.DATABASECHANGELOG WHERE ID = ‘2.1.0-x-table'”
DB20000I The SQL command completed successfully.

3 – Confirm the change log is removed
[db2inst1@db myfolder]$ db2 “select * from myschema.DATABASECHANGELOG WHERE ID = ‘2.1.0-x-table’”