How To Avoid MSG 8152?

Hi, all!

Having a table with a varchar(10) column, I try to insert a row where the data for that column is more than 10 characters long. No surprise, I get a MSG 8152 error.

What I want is to get the overlong data clipped to the maximum column width, and no error. Is that possible?

 

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Error 8152 !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Can't seem to get around this problem?

Error:
Server: Msg 8152, Level 16, State 9, Procedure Statement_proc, Line 97
String or binary data would be truncated.
The statement has been terminated.

Exec Statement_Proc '2002-04-01 00:00:00.000','2002-07-03 23:59:59.000','PRLL-0000000020'

Alter Procedure Statement_Proc

@Startdate As datetime,
@Enddate As datetime,
@Customer_no As char(15)

As
Begin

declare @loanno as char(15)
declare @transaction_date as datetime
declare @transaction_type as char(3)
declare @reference as varchar(20)
declare @notes as varchar(255)
declare @transaction_amount as decimal (9,2)
declare @transaction_description as varchar(50)

declare @debit_amount as decimal (9,2)
declare @credit_amount as decimal (9,2)
declare @counter as int
declare @balance as decimal (9,2)
declare @user_changed as char(8)

Declare c2 CURSOR FOR
SELECT distinct(loan_no)
FROM loan
where customer_no = @Customer_No
ORDER BY loan_no

OPEN c2
FETCH NEXT FROM c2 INTO @loanno

-- Check @@FETCH_STATUS to see if there are any more rows to fetch.
WHILE @@FETCH_STATUS = 0
BEGIN

declare c1 CURSOR FOR
SELECT transaction_record.loan_no,
transaction_record.transaction_date,
transaction_record.transaction_type,
transaction_record.reference_no,
transaction_record.notes,
transaction_record.transaction_amount,
transaction_type.[description]
FROM transaction_record
inner join transaction_type
on transaction_type.transaction_type = transaction_record.transaction_type
where loan_no = @loanno and transaction_Date between @startdate and @enddate and transaction_amount <> 0
ORDER BY transaction_date

OPEN c1
FETCH NEXT FROM c1
INTO @loanno,
@transaction_date,
@transaction_type,
@reference,
@notes,
@transaction_amount,
@transaction_description

-- Check @@FETCH_STATUS to see if there are any more rows to fetch.
WHILE @@FETCH_STATUS = 0
BEGIN
If (@transaction_amount < 0)
Begin
set @credit_amount = @transaction_amount
set @debit_amount = 0
End
Else
Begin
set @debit_amount = @transaction_amount
set @credit_amount = 0
End

If (@counter = 0)
Begin
set @balance = @transaction_amount
End
Else
Begin
set @balance = @balance + @transaction_amount
End

insert into Statement (customer_no,
loan_no,
transaction_date,
transaction_type,
transaction_description,
reference,
notes,
debit_amount,
credit_amount,
balance,
user_changed,
transaction_no)

Values (@Customer_No,
@loanno,
@transaction_date,
@transaction_type,
@transaction_description,
@reference,
@notes,
@debit_amount,
@credit_amount,
@balance,
@user_changed,
@counter)

set @counter = @counter+1

FETCH NEXT FROM c1
INTO
@loanno,
@transaction_date,
@transaction_type,
@reference,
@notes,
@transaction_amount,
@transaction_description

End
CLOSE c1
DEALLOCATE c1

FETCH NEXT FROM c2 INTO @loanno
End
CLOSE c2
DEALLOCATE c2
END

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First Question:
I have a script that can run successfully via the Query Analyzer even though it reports a few errors with error number 8152

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String or binary data would be truncated.
The statement has been terminated."

Why does the script continue to finish in the Query Analyzer but fail immediately when it encounters the same error as a scheduled Job?



Second Question:
The serverity is 16 (user managed) so I would like to simply skip over the problem code/row and contiue with the next row to be modified.

How can I handle the error and yet have the script continue when it is scheduled as a job?


Additional Background:
I would like to do something like this:
If this line...

"SELECT @scan_dnsty = convert(decimal(5,2),RTRIM(substring(density_str, charindex('%',density_str) - 6, 6)))
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...generates the error, then simply (skip it and move on to the next row)Fetch the next row.

I hope that is clear,
Thank you in advance.

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I have an incredibly annoying problem, for which I can find very little help. If anyone could assist I'd be most grateful.

When updating a table varchar(1000) column via isql with a value greater than 256 characters I receive no error. When performing the same query via an ODBC connection, I receive an ODBC error 22001. When performing the same query but with the update value of less than 256 characters, there's no problem.

My search for help has led me to believe it may be something to with ANSI_DEFAULTS? but thats as far as I get, as for the remedy?!

Access 2000 has a bug where text in columns of character value > 256 is truncated and wrap when displayed in forms / reports, and this is rectified with Office SP2. I'm wondering if I have a similar problem.

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When I try to update one table from another I get the following error
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String or binary data would be truncated.
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I am experiencing some frustration in regards to parsing an email that I need to work with.
(I don't have control over the format of the email I am receiving)
 
Any help would be appreciated. 
Thank you
Jake
 
Here is the error I get, when I use the SQL Query Analyzer to process my Stored Procedure.  (Not every email gets this error, just some, others process just fine.)

String or binary data would be truncated.
The statement has been terminated.
Stored Procedure: eResponse.dbo.spParser
 Return Code = -6
 
My Code is as follows:
 
CREATE PROCEDURE spParser
@_id nvarchar(50)
AS
--assumes the email is no longer than 4000 characters.  if it might be longer, bump this number up.
-- Common Varriables
DECLARE @body nvarchar(4000)
DECLARE @i int
DECLARE @phone nvarchar(50)
DECLARE @phonestart int
DECLARE @phoneend int
DECLARE @email nvarchar(50)
DECLARE @emailstart int
DECLARE @emailend int
DECLARE @comments nvarchar(3000)
DECLARE @commentsstart int
DECLARE @commentsend int
DECLARE @OrigID varchar(50)
-- Jose Ole Variables
DECLARE @firstname nvarchar(50)
DECLARE @firstnamestart int
DECLARE @firstnameend int
DECLARE @lastname nvarchar(50)
DECLARE @lastnamestart int
DECLARE @lastnameend int
DECLARE @address1 nvarchar(50)
DECLARE @address1start int
DECLARE @address1end int
DECLARE @address2 nvarchar(50)
DECLARE @address2start int
DECLARE @address2end int
DECLARE @city nvarchar(50)
DECLARE @citystart int
DECLARE @cityend int
DECLARE @state nvarchar(5)
DECLARE @statestart int
DECLARE @stateend int
DECLARE @zip nvarchar(15)
DECLARE @zipstart int
DECLARE @zipend int
DECLARE @country nvarchar(50)
DECLARE @countrystart int
DECLARE @countryend int
DECLARE @phone2 nvarchar(50)
DECLARE @phone2start int
DECLARE @phone2end int
DECLARE @productname nvarchar(50)
DECLARE @productnamestart int
DECLARE @productnameend int
DECLARE @upccode nvarchar(50)
DECLARE @upccodestart int
DECLARE @upccodeend int
DECLARE @datecode nvarchar(50)
DECLARE @datecodestart int
DECLARE @datecodeend int
DECLARE @purchaseat nvarchar(50)
DECLARE @purchaseatstart int
DECLARE @purchaseatend int
DECLARE @purchasecity nvarchar(50)
DECLARE @purchasecitystart int
DECLARE @purchasecityend int
DECLARE @datepurchased nvarchar(50)
DECLARE @datepurchasedstart int
DECLARE @datepurchasedend int
DECLARE @dateopened nvarchar(50)
DECLARE @dateopenedstart int
DECLARE @dateopenedend int
DECLARE @subject nvarchar(50)
DECLARE @subjectstart int
DECLARE @subjectend int
-- Windosr Variables
DECLARE @name nvarchar(50)
DECLARE @namestart int
DECLARE @nameend int
DECLARE @company nvarchar(50)
DECLARE @companystart int
DECLARE @companyend int

--First replace all ASCII carriage returns and line feeds and assign the whole chunk of data to a variable.
SET @body = (select replace( REPLACE(convert(varchar(4000), message),CHAR(10),' '),CHAR(13),'') from message where mailid = @_id)
--below is the sample syntax for the individual replacements of line feeds and carriage returns, but it's combined into one statement above.
--SELECT REPLACE(@jb,CHAR(10),'')  as firstpass
--SELECT REPLACE(@jb,CHAR(13),'')  as secondpass
IF left(@body,47) = 'Fromubject:contact info sent from samplesite.com'
--If this is true.. then it is a sample company.
BEGIN
--The 12 in the start is compensating for the 12 Characters of "First Name: "
--Below is collecting First Name
SET @firstnamestart = (CHARINDEX('First name:',@body) + 11)
SET @firstnameend = (CHARINDEX('Last name:',@body) - 1)
SET @firstname = SUBSTRING(@body,@firstnamestart,@firstnameend-@firstnamestart)
----Below is collecting Last Name
SET @lastnamestart = (CHARINDEX('Last name:',@body) + 10)
SET @lastnameend = (CHARINDEX('Address 1:',@body) - 1)
SET @lastname = SUBSTRING(@body,@lastnamestart,@lastnameend-@lastnamestart)
--Below is collecting Address1
SET @address1start = (CHARINDEX('Address 1:',@body) + 10)
SET @address1end = (CHARINDEX('Address 2:',@body) - 1)
SET @address1 = SUBSTRING(@body,@address1start,@address1end-@address1start)
--Below is collecting Address2
SET @address2start = (CHARINDEX('Address 2:',@body) + 10)
SET @address2end = (CHARINDEX('City:',@body) - 1)
SET @address2 = SUBSTRING(@body,@address2start,@address2end-@address2start)
--Below is collecting city information
SET @citystart = (CHARINDEX('City:',@body) + 5)
SET @cityend = (CHARINDEX('State/Prov',@body) -1)
SET @city = SUBSTRING(@body,@citystart,@cityend-@citystart)
--Below is collecting state information
SET @statestart = (CHARINDEX('State/Province:',@body) + 15)
SET @stateend = (CHARINDEX('Zip/Postal',@body) -1)
SET @state = SUBSTRING(@body,@statestart,@stateend-@statestart)
--Below is collecting zip information
SET @zipstart = (CHARINDEX('Zip/Postal Code:',@body) + 16)
SET @zipend = (CHARINDEX('Country',@body) -1)
SET @zip = SUBSTRING(@body,@zipstart,@zipend-@zipstart)
--Below is collecting country information
SET @countrystart = (CHARINDEX('Country:',@body) + 8)
SET @countryend = (CHARINDEX('E-mail address',@body) -1)
SET @country = SUBSTRING(@body,@countrystart,@countryend-@countrystart)
--Below is collecting email information
SET @emailstart = (CHARINDEX('E-mail address:',@body) + 15)
SET @emailend = (CHARINDEX('Daytime',@body) -1)
SET @email = SUBSTRING(@body,@emailstart,@emailend-@emailstart)
--Below is collecting phone information
SET @phonestart = (CHARINDEX('Daytime Phone:',@body) + 14)
SET @phoneend = (CHARINDEX('Evening Phone:',@body) -1)
SET @phone = SUBSTRING(@body,@phonestart,@phoneend-@phonestart)
--Below is collecting phone2 information
SET @phone2start = (CHARINDEX('Evening Phone:',@body) + 14)
SET @phone2end = (CHARINDEX('Product Name',@body) -1)
SET @phone2 = SUBSTRING(@body,@phone2start,@phone2end-@phone2start)
--Below is collecting Product Name information
SET @productnamestart = (CHARINDEX('Product Name:',@body) + 12)
SET @productnameend = (CHARINDEX('UPC Code:',@body) -1)
SET @productname = SUBSTRING(@body,@productnamestart,@productnameend-@productnamestart)
--Below is collecting UPC Code information
SET @upccodestart = (CHARINDEX('UPC Code:',@body) + 9)
SET @upccodeend = (CHARINDEX('Date Code:',@body) -1)
SET @upccode = SUBSTRING(@body,@upccodestart,@upccodeend-@upccodestart)
--Below is collecting Date Code information
SET @datecodestart = (CHARINDEX('Date Code:',@body) + 10)
SET @datecodeend = (CHARINDEX('Purchased At',@body) -1)
SET @datecode = SUBSTRING(@body,@datecodestart,@datecodeend-@datecodestart)
--Below is collecting Purchase At information
SET @purchaseatstart = (CHARINDEX('Purchased At',@body) + 26)
SET @purchaseatend = (CHARINDEX('Purchase City:',@body) -1)
SET @purchaseat = SUBSTRING(@body,@purchaseatstart,@purchaseatend-@purchaseatstart)
--Below is collecting Purchase City information
SET @purchasecitystart = (CHARINDEX('Purchase City:',@body) + 14)
SET @purchasecityend = (CHARINDEX('Date Purchased',@body) -1)
SET @purchasecity = SUBSTRING(@body,@purchasecitystart,@purchasecityend-@purchasecitystart)
--Below is collecting Date Purchased information
SET @datepurchasedstart = (CHARINDEX('Date Purchased:',@body) + 15)
SET @datepurchasedend = (CHARINDEX('Date Opened',@body) -1)
SET @datepurchased = SUBSTRING(@body,@datepurchasedstart,@datepurchasedend-@datepurchasedstart)
--Below is collecting Date Opened information
SET @dateopenedstart = (CHARINDEX('Date Opened:',@body) + 12)
SET @dateopenedend = (CHARINDEX('E-mail Subject:',@body) -1)
SET @dateopened = SUBSTRING(@body,@dateopenedstart,@dateopenedend-@dateopenedstart)
--Below is collecting Email Subject information
SET @subjectstart = (CHARINDEX('E-mail Subject:',@body) + 15)
SET @subjectend = (CHARINDEX('Comments:',@body) -1)
SET @subject = SUBSTRING(@body,@subjectstart,@subjectend-@subjectstart)
--Below is collecting message information
SET @commentsstart = (CHARINDEX('Comments:',@body) + 10)
SET @commentsend = len(@body)
SET @comments = SUBSTRING(@body,@commentsstart,@commentsend-@commentsstart)
--below is the part that actually writes the data out to the Output table
INSERT INTO OutputEmails
 (FirstName, LastName, Address1, Address2, City, State, Zip, Country, eMail, Phone, Phone2, ProductName, UPCCode, DateCode, PurchaseAt, PurchaseCity, DatePurchased, DateOpened, Subject, Comments, OrigID)
SELECT   
  ltrim(SUBSTRING(@body,@firstnamestart,@firstnameend-@firstnamestart)) as FirstName,
  ltrim(SUBSTRING(@body,@lastnamestart,@lastnameend-@lastnamestart)) as LastName,
  ltrim(SUBSTRING(@body,@address1start,@address1end-@address1start)) as Address1,
  ltrim(SUBSTRING(@body,@address2start,@address2end-@address2start)) as Address2,
  ltrim(SUBSTRING(@body,@citystart,@cityend-@citystart)) as City,
  ltrim(SUBSTRING(@body,@statestart,@stateend-@statestart)) as State,
  ltrim(SUBSTRING(@body,@zipstart,@zipend-@zipstart)) as Zip,
  ltrim(SUBSTRING(@body,@countrystart,@countryend-@countrystart)) as Country,
  ltrim(SUBSTRING(@body,@emailstart,@emailend-@emailstart)) as eMail,
  ltrim(SUBSTRING(@body,@phonestart,@phoneend-@phonestart)) as Phone,
  ltrim(SUBSTRING(@body,@phone2start,@phone2end-@phone2start)) as Phone2,
  ltrim(SUBSTRING(@body,@productnamestart,@productnameend-@productnamestart)) as ProductName,
  ltrim(SUBSTRING(@body,@upccodestart,@upccodeend-@upccodestart)) as UPCCode,
  ltrim(SUBSTRING(@body,@datecodestart,@datecodeend-@datecodestart)) as DateCode,
  ltrim(SUBSTRING(@body,@purchaseatstart,@purchaseatend-@purchaseatstart)) as PurchaseAt,
  ltrim(SUBSTRING(@body,@purchasecitystart,@purchasecityend-@purchasecitystart)) as PurchaseCity,
  ltrim(SUBSTRING(@body,@datepurchasedstart,@datepurchasedend-@datepurchasedstart)) as DatePurchased,
  ltrim(SUBSTRING(@body,@dateopenedstart,@dateopenedend-@dateopenedstart)) as DateOpened,
  ltrim(SUBSTRING(@body,@subjectstart,@subjectend-@subjectstart)) as Subject,
  ltrim(SUBSTRING(@body,@commentsstart,@commentsend-@commentsstart)) as Comments,
  @_id as OrigID
FROM         dbo.message
WHERE     (mailId = @_id)
END
ELSE BEGIN
--below prints the whole value in the debugger (SQL Query Analyzer)
--print @body
--below prints the length of the whole value
--print len(@body)
--below prints the location of 'Callers Name:'
--Print  CHARINDEX('Name: ',@body)
--Below is collecting the Name information
--The 6 in the start is compensating for the 6 Characters of "Name: "
SET @namestart = (CHARINDEX('Name:',@body) + 5)
SET @nameend = (CHARINDEX('Email:',@body) - 1)
SET @name = SUBSTRING(@body,@namestart,@nameend-@namestart)
--Below is collecting email information
SET @emailstart = (CHARINDEX('Email:',@body) + 6)
SET @emailend = (CHARINDEX('Title:',@body) -1)
SET @email = SUBSTRING(@body,@emailstart,@emailend-@emailstart)
--Below is collecting Company information
SET @companystart = (CHARINDEX('Company:',@body) + 8)
SET @companyend = (CHARINDEX('Phone Number:',@body) -1)
SET @company = SUBSTRING(@body,@companystart,@companyend-@companystart)
--Below is collecting phone information
SET @phonestart = (CHARINDEX('Phone Number:',@body) + 13)
SET @phoneend = (CHARINDEX('Comments:',@body) -1)
SET @phone = SUBSTRING(@body,@phonestart,@phoneend-@phonestart)
--Below is collecting message information
SET @commentsstart = (CHARINDEX('Comments:',@body) + 9)
SET @commentsend = len(@body)
SET @comments = SUBSTRING(@body,@commentsstart,@commentsend-@commentsstart)
--below is the part that actually writes the data out to the Output table
INSERT INTO OutputEmails
 (Name, eMail, Company, Phone, Comments, OrigID)
SELECT  
  ltrim(SUBSTRING(@body,@namestart,@nameend-@namestart)) as Name,
  ltrim(SUBSTRING(@body,@emailstart,@emailend-@emailstart)) as eMail,
  ltrim(SUBSTRING(@body,@companystart,@companyend-@companystart)) as Company,
  ltrim(SUBSTRING(@body,@phonestart,@phoneend-@phonestart)) as Phone,
  ltrim(SUBSTRING(@body,@commentsstart,@commentsend-@commentsstart)) as Comments,
  @_id as OrigID
FROM         dbo.message
WHERE     (mailId = @_id)
END
--At the very end when you're satisfied that the data has been processed properly, delete the appropriate message record from the message table
DELETE FROM MESSAGE Where message.mailID = @_ID
GO

Sample Data that has problems
 
Fromubject:contact info sent from samplesite.comBody:First name: Sample
Last name: Name
Address 1: 123 Testing Road
Address 2: Don't filled
City: Park Forest
State/Province: FL
Zip/Postal Code: 12345-1234
Country: USA
E-mail address: validemail@email.com
Daytime Phone: 123-123-1234
Evening Phone: Don't filled
Product Name: Sample Product with Cheese
UPC Code: 12345-89521
Date Code: 1251237 D PST . 5290
Purchased At (Store Name): StoreName
Purchase City: Store City
Date Purchased: 12/8/2007
Date Opened: 12/14/2007
E-mail Subject: nail in product
Comments: when I purchased your product, there was something in it.  Obviously I am not happy about this.  Please contact me.  Thank you John Q Public
 

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I added a new column to StagePayments table - Activity - which is supposed to end up being the same as the JobActivityID from the JobActivities table. Basically, I need to get JobActivities (JA) info and put it in the StagePayment (SP) column. Problem is there are duplicate JA/Descriptions and SP/Activities, so what I need is to take the first sequence SP/Activity and grab the first JA/JobActivityID that matches for a particular JobID. Then get the next one of each and so on and so on...

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Tables...

CREATE TABLE [dbo].[StagePayment] (
[PaymentID] [uniqueidentifier] NOT NULL ,
[JobID] [uniqueidentifier] NOT NULL ,
[Paid] [bit] NOT NULL ,
[Sequence] [smallint] NOT NULL ,
[Amount] [decimal](10, 2) NOT NULL ,
[Comment] [varchar] (2000) COLLATE SQL_Latin1_General_CP437_BIN NULL ,
[Activity] [varchar] (30) COLLATE SQL_Latin1_General_CP437_BIN NULL ,
[ActivityID] [uniqueidentifier] NULL
) ON [PRIMARY]
GO

ALTER TABLE [dbo].[StagePayment] WITH NOCHECK ADD
CONSTRAINT [PK__StagePayment__457442E6] PRIMARY KEY CLUSTERED
(
[PaymentID]
) ON [PRIMARY]
GO

ALTER TABLE [dbo].[StagePayment] WITH NOCHECK ADD
CONSTRAINT [DF__StagePayme__Paid__4668671F] DEFAULT (0) FOR [Paid]
GO

CREATE INDEX [IX_StagePayment] ON [dbo].[StagePayment]([JobID], [Sequence]) ON [PRIMARY]
GO

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CREATE TABLE [dbo].[JobActivities] (
[JobActivityID] [uniqueidentifier] NOT NULL ,
[JobID] [uniqueidentifier] NOT NULL ,
[Sequence] [smallint] NOT NULL ,
[Activity_Status] [char] (1) COLLATE SQL_Latin1_General_CP437_BIN NOT NULL ,
[Description] [char] (30) COLLATE SQL_Latin1_General_CP437_BIN NOT NULL ,
[PlanStartDate] [datetime] NULL ,
[PlanEndDate] [datetime] NULL ,
[ActEndDate] [datetime] NULL ,
[AmountDue] [decimal](10, 2) NOT NULL ,
[CanDelete] [bit] NOT NULL ,
[Comments] [varchar] (2000) COLLATE SQL_Latin1_General_CP437_BIN NULL
) ON [PRIMARY]
GO

ALTER TABLE [dbo].[JobActivities] WITH NOCHECK ADD
CONSTRAINT [PK_JobActivity] PRIMARY KEY CLUSTERED
(
[JobActivityID]
) WITH FILLFACTOR = 90 ON [PRIMARY]
GO

ALTER TABLE [dbo].[JobActivities] WITH NOCHECK ADD
CONSTRAINT [DF_JobActivities_JobActivityID] DEFAULT (newid()) FOR [JobActivityID]
GO

CREATE INDEX [IX_JobActivity] ON [dbo].[JobActivities]([JobID]) WITH FILLFACTOR = 90 ON [PRIMARY]
GO

CREATE INDEX [IX_JobActivity_1] ON [dbo].[JobActivities]([JobID], [Activity_Status]) WITH FILLFACTOR = 90 ON [PRIMARY]
GO

CREATE INDEX [IX_JobActivity_2] ON [dbo].[JobActivities]([JobID], [ActEndDate]) WITH FILLFACTOR = 90 ON [PRIMARY]
GO

CREATE INDEX [IX_JobActivities] ON [dbo].[JobActivities]([JobID], [PlanEndDate]) WITH FILLFACTOR = 90 ON [PRIMARY]
GO

CREATE INDEX [JobActivities53] ON [dbo].[JobActivities]([JobID], [Description], [ActEndDate]) WITH FILLFACTOR = 90 ON [PRIMARY]
GO

CREATE INDEX [JobActivities50] ON [dbo].[JobActivities]([JobID], [Description], [PlanEndDate], [ActEndDate]) WITH FILLFACTOR = 90 ON [PRIMARY]
GO

CREATE INDEX [IX_JobActivities_6] ON [dbo].[JobActivities]([JobActivityID], [Activity_Status], [Description]) WITH FILLFACTOR = 90 ON [PRIMARY]
GO

CREATE INDEX [IX_JobActivities_1] ON [dbo].[JobActivities]([JobID], [Sequence], [Description], [JobActivityID]) ON [PRIMARY]
GO

CREATE INDEX [IX_JobActivities_2] ON [dbo].[JobActivities]([JobID], [Sequence], [ActEndDate]) ON [PRIMARY]
GO

ALTER TABLE [dbo].[JobActivities] ADD
CONSTRAINT [FK_JobActivity_Job] FOREIGN KEY
(
[JobID]
) REFERENCES [dbo].[Jobs] (
[JobID]
) ON DELETE CASCADE
GO

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My example for one single JobID...

In JA -

JobActivityID Seq Description
34969C69-FF70-4313-91CC-43921DB3D74D 18 FOLLOWUP
48ACFEEE-3349-4F16-83E0-58F9B19E28E5 16 INSTALL
22507D44-6D0D-42DE-A211-9C23FDFCD19D 5 PLOTPLAN
BA88D04E-EBAE-40DB-A2C9-F909463D7F22 1 THANKU
83C48207-895B-4775-A62D-07059D8DEB62 10 NOTCUST
DBB8DF00-E26B-4E6F-9482-08E8CFE1588D 11 ROOMORD
BF621E91-E819-4F84-B507-0AA644D5C3F6 0 DWNPAY
6F595880-59D9-4E55-845D-19B477E8B179 2 THANKU
86D0A650-3B72-47E1-BDC2-2CA177DC3D53 12 NOTCSTRM
B0ABCC4C-A626-41C2-890C-3B9580326774 13 ROOMREC
F131C6FF-A86C-4527-A580-60FF7D3F0164 19 1YRFLWUP
7132625C-8E8B-4748-9176-6F06E8D0F20F 17 ARCMNT
AE06A938-323B-46EA-BA11-7D17B0985ACC 15 24HRCALL
DBEF21DF-35DA-48DE-8BF5-7F4A0EC0FA7A 14 24HRCALL
EBC15C77-95D5-4C42-AD88-861F9DD7688B 9 RECPERMT
97D3D755-4B6F-4564-842B-A06945AA8890 8 SUBPERMT
CAACAACA-3B97-41D5-9A4A-A4E3E963D0BF 6 SUBCAD
0C3CB2E0-F4E9-43CD-81E4-ACE9F4022033 3 PHONCALL
42D498BE-308A-413E-965D-ADE7A7A21B97 4 MEASURE
7654C5E3-BED5-4F78-ADC8-DD4E283ADDEE 7 RECCAD

In SP -

Seq Activity ActivityID
1 NULL
2 24HRCALL
3 24HRCALL
4 INSTALL

I need to get SP to end up looking like this -

Seq Activity ActivityID
1 NULL NULL
2 24HRCALL DBEF21DF-35DA-48DE-8BF5-7F4A0EC0FA7A
3 24HRCALL AE06A938-323B-46EA-BA11-7D17B0985ACC
4 INSTALL 48ACFEEE-3349-4F16-83E0-58F9B19E28E5


I have tried various versions of this...
begin transaction
update StagePayment
set Activity = (Select J.JobActivityID
from JobActivities J (nolock)
inner join StagePayment SP (nolock) on J.JobID = SP.JobID and J.Description = SP.Activity)
where Activity is not NULL

way too basic as I get this error...

Server: Msg 512, Level 16, State 1, Line 2
Subquery returned more than 1 value. This is not permitted when the subquery follows =, !=, <, <= , >, >= or when the subquery is used as an expression.
The statement has been terminated.

I know somehow I have to get the duplicate Activities in the same sequence as the Descriptions, but that's where I'm stuck?!?

If anyone is able to offer suggestions on how to get this to update correctly, I'd be very happy to hear about it!
Thanks in advance!
Tiffanie

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