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I'm trying load additional rows into a table while avoiding duplication with existing rows. See the demo load script below. The result in Tab 2 is:
The Where Not Exists clause is checking the entire field F1. Can it be forced to check only within Tab 2 so the end result is:
Ie, a row for C is added but A and B are not duplicated? I have a workaround involving temporarily duplicating F1: is there a better approach?
// Does not load (C, Medium) since C already exists in Field F1
,'Medium' as F3
resident [Tab 1]
where not exists(F1);