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SELECT lang, MAX(version), filepath FROM tcverctl t1 WHERE version= (SELECT MAX(version) FROM tcverctl t2 WHERE t1.app='TRD' AND t1.app=t2.app AND t2.effdate<=CURRENT DATE AND t1.lang=t2.lang) GROUP BY lang, filePath
What is the problem, and what can we try next?
If you're not using sort sequences, than you would have to change the query (ie, UPPER(t1.app)='TRD') or sort sequences to have the query select rows with either 'TRD' or 'trd'.
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