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InfoSphere DataStage Parallel Framework Standard Practices by Paul Christensen, Julius Lerm

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Sorting
Traditionally, the process of sorting data uses one primary key column and, optionally, one or more secondary key columns to generate a sequential ordered result set. The order of key columns determines the sequence and groupings in the result set. Each column is specified with an ascending or descending sort order. This is the method the SQL databases use for an ORDER BY clause, as illustrated in the following example, sorting on primary key LName (ascending), secondary key FName (descending).
The input data is shown in Table 7-1.
Table ...

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