QMF results display as Excel sheet (line feed characters within data fields)

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Excel 2002
Line Feed
QMF
When displaying QMF (V8.1) Query Results as an Excel spreadsheet, the Line control X'0A' characters within the data fields are causing:

  • fields to split (multiple fields) where the where the LineControl characters occur and,
  • the field and record to be continued [strong][em]on the following Excel row[/em][/strong].
I've tried the replace comand Replace(T.T_Task_Desc , X'0D', ' ').  It is sucessfull in replacing the x'0D' carriage return with a space. 

However the same command when used on the X'0A' line break does not seem to work.

Does anyone know of a way I can replace the X'0A' with a space?



Software/Hardware used:
QMF DB2
ASKED: April 5, 2010  4:45 PM

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