I'm needing to use a termination date in date9. format to join to another table that has monthly records with a time_id also in date9. format. The problem is that the time_id always references the last day of the month (31JAN2015, 28FEB2015, etc.) and my termination date can be any day of the month. I just need to use a member_id in combination with the termination month/year to join to the other table with member_id and month/year, disregarding day of the month. SUBSTR requires characters and the dates are numeric. I tried using MONTH(TERM_DT) but that gives the number of the month and I need the 3 character format for month. Any other ideas?
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