i found out that 'ilike' will ignore case but derby doesnt understand 'ilike'. I can come up with some workarounds like running select with all the possible uppercase/lowercase combinations of the searchstring but my searchstring can be very long and this might not be a good solution.
in short i want to learn how to write a query similar to this one.
select * from blabla ilike '%a%'
also accept my apologies if this has been asked before, searched here and google a bit but i couldnt find an answer.
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Re: selecting from varchar columns with ignore case2007-07-05T21:27:23Z in response to SystemAdminThe simpilest way to to do this to apply the UPPER or LOWER function to the column and specify the appropriate translated value in the matching string. Example:
...where UPPER(LastName) like 'MC%'