To Split the file based on column value


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To Split the file based on column value

Hi Team,

I have a requirement in such a way that need to split the file into two based on which column particular value appears.Please find my sample file below.
Lets consider the delimiter of this file as either comma or two colons.(:: and ,). So I need to split the file in such a way that all the records with value SRC1 in COL6 should go to one file and all the records with value SRC1 in COL5 should go to another file.

Note: The first line COL1,COL2...etc is not there in my actual file.I added it for a better reading for you guys

Input File

Code:
COL1	          COL2      COL3  COL4          COL5 COL6      COL7 COL8 COL9 COL10       COL11     COL12
11/14/2018 14:03:12::SERVER::XXX::DUMMYSUB,SRC1,TARGET1::TKT::RB::TEST::WARNING::Inactive::DUMMYSUB
11/14/2018 14:03:12::SERVER::XXX::DUMMYSUB1,SRC1,TARGET1::TKT::RB::TEST::WARNING::Inactive::DUMMYSUB1
11/14/2018 14:03:12::SERVER::XXX::DUMMYSUB2,SRC2,SRC1::TKT::RB::TEST::WARNING::Inactive::SNID2PAD
11/14/2018 14:03:12::SERVER::XXX::DUMMYSUB3,SRC2,SRC1::TKT::RB::TEST::WARNING::Inactive::SNID2PAR

My output looks something like this.

Output File1

Code:
11/14/2018 14:03:12::SERVER::XXX::DUMMYSUB,SRC1,TARGET1::TKT::RB::TEST::WARNING::Inactive::DUMMYSUB
11/14/2018 14:03:12::SERVER::XXX::DUMMYSUB1,SRC1,TARGET1::TKT::RB::TEST::WARNING::Inactive::DUMMYSUB1

Output File2

Code:
11/14/2018 14:03:12::SERVER::XXX::DUMMYSUB2,SRC2,SRC1::TKT::RB::TEST::WARNING::Inactive::SNID2PAD
11/14/2018 14:03:12::SERVER::XXX::DUMMYSUB3,SRC2,SRC1::TKT::RB::TEST::WARNING::Inactive::SNID2PAR

# 2  
How far would

Code:
awk -F, '{print > $2}' file

get you?
# 3  
Thanks Rudic, I used something like this

Code:
awk -F, '$2=="SRC1" {print $0}' sample.txt
 awk -F, '$2!="SRC1" {print $0}' sample.txt

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