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Old 10-08-2013
Yeah - got it MadeInGermany..... My newbieness is showing here. Thanks!
Thanks Ravinder. Your script is one I'm also going to work on.

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Yeah - Thanks MadeInGermany. My newbiness is really showing.
Ravinder - I'm still working on yours. I don't think I'm getting it right tho. Still working on it. Thanks!
# 9  
Old 10-08-2013
you can let me know which ever issues you are facing. I can try my best
to help you.

R. Singh
# 10  
Old 10-10-2013

Thanks to all your help! I got it solved with MadeInGermany's resolution. However, I"m still working on the perl script (major major newbie on that platform) as well as Ravin's code (again, my newbiness is really showing. Not sure if I have it right...). I really appreciate all the reply's.

You guys make me look good!
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