When one half of a JOIN uses a CASE statement, and the other uses a TRIM statement, the join returns the wrong number of rows.
SAP IQ 16
SAP IQ 16.1
SAP IQ 16.0 ; SAP IQ 16.1
KBA , BC-SYB-IQ , Sybase IQ , Problem
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