Both Files Matching Records (Inner Join) Write only records that match on key from both files. //STEP01 EXEC PGM=SORT //SYSPRINT DD. It is a simple JOINKEYS: OPTION COPY JOINKEYS F1=INA,FIELDS=(4,80), SORTED,NOSEQCK JOINKEYS F2=INB,FIELDS=(4,80),SORTED,NOSEQCK JOIN. It is a simple JOINKEYS: OPTION COPY JOINKEYS F1=INA,FIELDS=(4,80), SORTED,NOSEQCK JOINKEYS F2=INB,FIELDS=(4,80),SORTED.
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OUTFILs “run” concurrently as in the same record is presented to each in turn, then the next record, etc. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Joined Record Positions Extracted from F1 positions F2 positions 35 Indicator of where key was found. The F1 field is in positions of the joined record and the F2 field is in positions of the joined record, so each joined record is split into those two records and written to the BOTH file.
It will contain the paired F1 and F2 records as follows: Sign up using Email and Password. Then you need to output the data.
Email Required, but never shown. What is the key? It will contain the unpaired F2 records as follows: For F1 records with a match in F2 for example, the F and F recordsthe indicator in position 35 has a ‘B’. Sory shorter F1 record is padded with blanks on the right to the length of the F2 record. The assumption is that your data is in key order already.
JOINKEYS application examples
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SORT JOIN – TO JOIN TWO FILES BASED ON A KEY
Can i do it using Joinkeys, if yes, How? These are the F1 records without a match in F2. For F2 records without a match in F1 for example, the F recordthe indicator in position 35 has a ‘2’. Post as a guest Name.
Example 5 – Paired and unpaired F1/F2 records (indicator method)
It is certainly useful for testing, even if you don’t want it in the final code. I’ll assume you want the data in separate places: Sort unmatched records using joinkeys Ask Question.
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Yes, thanks, I was just typing, not testing: For F1 records without a match in F2 for example, the F recordthe indicator in position 35 has a ‘1’. The REFORMAT statement defines the fields to be extracted for the joined records in the order in which they are jjoinkeys appear, and includes an indicator in the joinieys position that will be set to ‘1’ if the key is found only in the F1 file, jpinkeys if the key is found only in the F2 file, or ‘B’ if the key is found in the F1 file and in the F2 file.