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# 8  
Old 01-07-2020
Immediately apologize for this disgrace, but it should work
Code:
eval echo -en "db2' '-x' \"'select' 'DOCID' 'from' \"'ICMADMIN.{$(tr ' ' , <file1)}'\"  where ITEMID=\"'{$(tr ' ' , <file2)}'\n'" | bash

# 9  
Old 01-08-2020
Hello, thank you for your help.
the command
eval echo -en "db2' '-x' \"'select' 'DOCID' 'from' \"'ICMADMIN.{$(tr ' ' , <ITEMID.txt)}'\" where ITEMID=\"'{$(tr ' ' , <et.txt)}'\n'"

make an output:

Code:
If 'A1001001A18K15A90630F85271' is not a typo you can run the following command to lookup the package that contains the binary:
    command-not-found A1001001A18K15A90630F85271
-bash: A1001001A18K15A90630F85271: command not found

# 10  
Old 01-08-2020
Ok
Try it like this, which will output?
Code:
eval echo -en "echo' '-x' \"'select' 'DOCID' 'from' \"'ICMADMIN.{$(tr ' ' , <ITEMID.txt)}'\" where ITEMID=\"'{$(tr ' ' , <et.txt)}'\n'"

--- Post updated at 12:53 ---

That's what I get
Code:
echo -x "select DOCID from "ICMADMIN.1" where ITEMID="a
 echo -x "select DOCID from "ICMADMIN.1" where ITEMID="b
 echo -x "select DOCID from "ICMADMIN.1" where ITEMID="c
 echo -x "select DOCID from "ICMADMIN.2" where ITEMID="a
 echo -x "select DOCID from "ICMADMIN.2" where ITEMID="b
 echo -x "select DOCID from "ICMADMIN.2" where ITEMID="c
 echo -x "select DOCID from "ICMADMIN.3" where ITEMID="a
 echo -x "select DOCID from "ICMADMIN.3" where ITEMID="b
 echo -x "select DOCID from "ICMADMIN.3" where ITEMID="c
...

--- Post updated at 12:54 ---

Is the file correct? <et.txt

--- Post updated at 13:02 ---

But please do not take my examples too seriously. Such lines are very difficult to debug and maintain.
You are pursue practical goals, and therefore it is better to pay attention to #2 and #6 post. IMHO

I think the main problem of a large execution time is precisely in the number of calls to the DB2 command

Last edited by nezabudka; 01-08-2020 at 05:28 AM..
# 11  
Old 01-08-2020
Here is the output:

If FHBPDM_DOC_05001 is not a typo you can run the following command to lookup the package that contains the binary:
Code:
    command-not-found FHBPDM_DOC_05001

Here is as example:
Code:
tail ITEMID.txt
A1001001A19D02A60148J20560
A1001001A19D02A60149F20562
A1001001A19D02A60149F20566
A1001001A19D02A60149F20564
A1001001A19D02A60149F20568
A1001001A19D02A60150B20570
A1001001A19D02A60150B20572
A1001001A19D02A60150B20574
A1001001A19D02A60150E20578
A1001001A19D02A60150E20576

Code:
tail et.txt
NNDTY4_DOC_05001
NNDTY5_DOC_05001
NNDTY6_DOC_05001
NNSPDM_DAT_05001
NNSPDM_DOC_04001
NNSPDM_PRI_01001
NNSTDM_DOC_04001
NNSTDM_PRI_01001
NZGPIC_DAT_01001
NZGPIM_DAT_01001


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Last edited by rbatte1; 01-08-2020 at 08:02 AM..
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# 12  
Old 01-08-2020
The thing is that the files do not consist of a list as stated, but of the lines!

--- Post updated at 13:37 ---

it is very easy to solve
Code:
eval echo -ne "echo' '-x' \"'select' 'DOCID' 'from' \"'ICMADMIN.{$(tr '\n' , <ITEMID.txt)}'\" where ITEMID=\"'{$(tr '\n' , <et.txt)}'\n'"

--- Post updated at 13:42 ---

It works
Code:
eval echo -ne "echo' '-x' \"'select' 'DOCID' 'from' \"'ICMADMIN.{$(paste -sd, ITEMID.txt)}'\" where ITEMID=\"'{$(paste -sd, et.txt)}'\n'"

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# 13  
Old 01-08-2020
now it's almoust works:

Output:
Code:
echo -x "select DOCID from "ICMADMIN.A1001001A19B20C31636F41449" where ITEMID="FFCPYA_DAT_01001

It should be like:
Code:
db2 -x "select DOCID from ICMADMIN.FFCPYA_DAT_01001 where ITEMID='A1001001A19D02A60150B20570'"


Last edited by rbatte1; 01-08-2020 at 08:03 AM..
# 14  
Old 01-08-2020
Code:
eval echo -ne "db2' '-x' \"'select' 'DOCID' 'from' \"'ICMADMIN.{$(paste -sd, ITEMID.txt)}'\" where ITEMID=\"'{$(paste -sd, et.txt)}'\n'" | bash

--- Post updated at 14:07 ---

Another variant
Code:
bash <(eval echo -ne "db2' '-x' \"'select' 'DOCID' 'from' \"'ICMADMIN.{$(paste -sd, ITEMID.txt)}'\" where ITEMID=\"'{$(paste -sd, et.txt)}'\n'")


Last edited by nezabudka; 01-08-2020 at 07:00 AM..
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