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Re: Modifying selected records

From: Ruzsinszky Attila <ruzsinszky(dot)attila(at)gmail(dot)com>
To: "Oliveiros C," <oliveiros(dot)cristina(at)marktest(dot)pt>
Cc: postgresql novice <pgsql-novice(at)postgresql(dot)org>
Subject: Re: Modifying selected records
Date: 2009-09-03 11:44:25
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> 22;"5501289";"Győr";1;"07:39:00";"07:39:00";"910_22"
> 23;"5501289";"Győr";1;"07:41:00";"07:41:00";"910_23"

I'd like this:
<next count>; "5501289";"Győr"; "07:39:00"; "07:41:00"; "910_unknown"

> 28;"5544800";"Csorna";1;"08:00:00";"08:00:00";"910_28"
> 29;"5544800";"Csorna";1;"08:12:00";"08:12:00";"910_29"

For Csorna:
<next count>;"5544800";"Csorna";1;"08:00:00";"08:12:00";"910_unknown2"

_unknown means: it is a programmed selector, so not valid.
As you can see I want to merge the two time date in one record.

The problem comes from some specification misunderstood.
This timetable comes from three (almos) independent XML files.

> Indeed, I am not sure if I am understanding what you need.
Ihope you understand now.

> By duplicated record you mean records that have the first three columns the
> same ? E.G. ;"5544800";"Csorna";1; ?
Csorna and Győr is the problematic.

> And in these cases what do you need the train selector to be exactly?
I don't know exactly. I'm sure I have to change it because in the merged
record the sector is not valid.

> The left part of it (910) means what exactly?
vonatszam. In English: train number.


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