PATINDEX And '[' Character

Jul 20, 2005

Hi all

Using SQL Server 2000 SP3 on WIn2K Pro with SP2.

When I do this

SELECT PATINDEX('%[%', 'ABC[DEF')
GO

I get a result of 0, when I would expect a result of 4.



This works as I expect:

SELECT PATINDEX('%]%', 'ABC]DEF')
GO


I must be missing something really obvious here Any help would be
appreciated.

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Patindex To Find Special Character And Next 6 Digits

Dec 6, 2007

I am creating a view to pull data for a UPS integration I am doing. I currently have this view where I pull my data from. All is well accept for my PATINDEX,

Currently I have this PATINDEX So when a user puts this into delivery instructions "#999999" UPS_FINAL returns 999999 which is good for me to use. But The PATINDEX will also grab all kinds of neat stuff out of the delivery instructions field when I really only want whatever is after the # sign in the field.

I am new to sql and dont quite understand how this search is working but I think I am in need of a better way to search the field



Code:


WHEN SUBSTRING(P21PLAY.dbo.p21_view_oe_hdr.delivery_instructions, PATINDEX('%[^a-z ]%', P21PLAY.dbo.p21_view_oe_hdr.delivery_instructions) + 1, 6) IS NULL

THEN dbo.Address_Table.ups_code

ELSE SUBSTRING(P21PLAY.dbo.p21_view_oe_hdr.delivery_instructions,
PATINDEX('%[^a-z ]%', P21PLAY.dbo.p21_view_oe_hdr.delivery_instructions) + 1, 6) END AS UPS_FINAL


-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
What I am looking to accomplish is a SUBSTRING that will search delivery_instructions



Code:


SELECT

TOP (100) PERCENT P21PLAY.dbo.p21_view_oe_pick_ticket.pick_ticket_no,
P21PLAY.dbo.p21_view_oe_hdr.order_no, P21PLAY.dbo.p21_view_oe_hdr.customer_id,
P21PLAY.dbo.p21_view_oe_hdr.ship2_name, P21PLAY.dbo.p21_view_oe_hdr.ship2_add1,
P21PLAY.dbo.p21_view_oe_hdr.ship2_add2,
P21PLAY.dbo.p21_view_oe_hdr.ship2_city,
P21PLAY.dbo.p21_view_oe_hdr.ship2_state,
P21PLAY.dbo.p21_view_oe_hdr.ship2_zip,
P21PLAY.dbo.p21_view_oe_hdr.po_no,
P21PLAY.dbo.p21_view_oe_pick_ticket.carrier_id AS Carrier,
P21PLAY.dbo.p21_view_oe_pick_ticket.carrier_id AS Supplier,

P21PLAY.dbo.p21_view_oe_hdr.cod_flag,
P21PLAY.dbo.p21_view_oe_hdr.terms,
P21PLAY.dbo.p21_view_oe_hdr.ship2_country,
P21PLAY.dbo.p21_view_oe_hdr.ship_to_phone,
P21PLAY.dbo.p21_view_oe_hdr.delivery_instructions,
dbo.Address_Table.ups_code,

-----------Looks for special character and returns next 6 spaces as UPS_Shipper----------

SUBSTRING(P21PLAY.dbo.p21_view_oe_hdr.delivery_instructions, PATINDEX('%[^a-z ]%',

P21PLAY.dbo.p21_view_oe_hdr.delivery_instructions) + 1, 6)
AS UPS_Shipper,

------------------Checks view for email address or assigns alternate------------------
(CASE WHEN charindex('@', p21_view_contacts.email_address) > 0 THEN p21_view_contacts.email_address ELSE

'email@domain.com' END) AS alternate_address,

'Y' AS QVN, 'email@domain.com' AS failureaddress,

P21PLAY.dbo.p21_view_contacts.email_address,

------------When carrier_id is not one of these # then Null; else ------------------------------

CASE WHEN P21PLAY.dbo.p21_view_oe_pick_ticket.carrier_id NOT IN (105188, 105191, 105194, 105197, 105200,

105203, 105206, 105209, 105212) THEN NULL

----------------- Looks for special Character in delivery_instructions; if NULL then ups_code;
ELSE return value from delivery_instructions as UPS_Final--------------------

WHEN SUBSTRING(P21PLAY.dbo.p21_view_oe_hdr.delivery_instructions,
PATINDEX('%[^a-z ]%', P21PLAY.dbo.p21_view_oe_hdr.delivery_instructions) + 1, 6) IS NULL
THEN dbo.Address_Table.ups_code
ELSE SUBSTRING(P21PLAY.dbo.p21_view_oe_hdr.delivery_instructions,
PATINDEX('%[^a-z ]%', P21PLAY.dbo.p21_view_oe_hdr.delivery_instructions) + 1, 6) END AS UPS_FINAL


FROM dbo.Address_Table INNER JOIN
P21PLAY.dbo.p21_view_oe_pick_ticket INNER JOIN
P21PLAY.dbo.p21_view_oe_hdr ON P21PLAY.dbo.p21_view_oe_pick_ticket.order_no =

P21PLAY.dbo.p21_view_oe_hdr.order_no ON
dbo.Address_Table.id = P21PLAY.dbo.p21_view_oe_hdr.customer_id LEFT OUTER JOIN
P21PLAY.dbo.p21_view_contacts ON P21PLAY.dbo.p21_view_oe_hdr.contact_id = P21PLAY.dbo.p21_view_contacts.id

WHERE
(P21PLAY.dbo.p21_view_oe_hdr.completed <> 'Y')
AND (P21PLAY.dbo.p21_view_oe_hdr.delete_flag <> 'Y')
AND (P21PLAY.dbo.p21_view_oe_hdr.will_call <> 'Y')
ORDER BY P21PLAY.dbo.p21_view_oe_pick_ticket.pick_ticket_no



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I have the following:----------------- WHILE PATINDEX('%,%',@Columns)<> 0 BEGINSELECT @Separator_position = PATINDEX('%,%',@Columns)SELECT @array_Value = LEFT(@Columns, @separator_position - 1)SET @FieldTypeID = (SELECT FieldTypeID FROM [Form].[Fields] WHERE FieldID = (CAST(@array_Value AS INT)))SET @FieldName = (SELECT [Name] FROM [Form].[Fields] WHERE FieldID = @array_Value)print 'arry value' + CONVERT(VarChar(500), @array_value)print 'FieldTypeID: ' + CONVERT(VARCHAR(500), @FieldTypeID)PRINT 'FieldName: ' + @FieldNameBEGINIF @FieldTypeID = 1 OR @FieldTypeID = 2 OR @FieldTypeID = 3 OR @FieldTypeID = 9 OR @FieldTypeID = 10 OR @FieldTypeID = 7BEGINSET @InnerItemSelect = ' (SELECT ISNULL(CONVERT(VARCHAR(MAX),[Value]),'''') FROM [Item].[ItemDetailFieldRecords] IDFR WHERE IDFR.ItemDetailID = ID.ItemDetailID AND IDFR.FieldID = ' + @array_Value + ') AS ''' + @FieldName + ''' 'SET @InnerTaskSelect = ' (SELECT ISNULL(CONVERT(VARCHAR(MAX),[Value]),'''') FROM [Item].[TaskFieldRecords] TFR WHERE TFR.TaskID = T.TaskID AND TFR.FieldID = ' + @array_Value + ') AS ''' + @FieldName + ''' 'ENDELSE IF @FieldTypeID = 4 OR @FieldTypeID = 8 --DropDownList/RadioButtonlistBEGINSET @InnerItemSelect = ' (SELECT [Value] FROM [Form].[FieldListValues] FFLV INNER JOIN [Item].[ItemDetailFieldListRecords] IDFLR ON FFLV.FieldListValueID = IDFLR.FieldListValueID WHERE IDFLR.ItemDetailID = ID.ItemDetailID AND FFLV.FIeldID = ' + @array_value + ') AS ''' + @FieldName + ''' 'SET @InnerTaskSelect = ' (SELECT [Value] FROM [Form].[FieldListValues] FFLV INNER JOIN [Item].[TaskFieldListRecords] TFLR ON FFLV.FieldListValueID = TFLR.FieldListValueID WHERE TFLR.TaskID = T.TaskID AND FFLV.FIeldID = ' + @array_value + ') AS ''' + @FieldName + ''' 'ENDELSE IF @FieldTypeiD = 5 --CascadingBEGINSET @InnerItemSelect = ' (SELECT [FCV].[Value] FROM [Form].[FieldCascadingValues] FCV INNER JOIN [Form].[FieldCascadingLookUpTables] LT ON FCV.FIeldCascadingLookupTableID = LT.FieldCascadingLookupTableID INNER JOIN [Item].[ItemDetailFieldCascadingRecords] IDFCR ON IDFCR.FieldCascadingValueID = FCV.FieldCascadingValueID WHERE IDFCR.ItemDetailID = ID.ItemDetailID AND LT.FieldID = ' + @array_value + ') AS ''' + @FieldName + ''' 'SET @InnerTaskSelect = ' (SELECT [FCV].[Value] FROM [Form].[FieldCascadingValues] FCV INNER JOIN [Form].[FieldCascadingLookUpTables] LT ON FCV.FIeldCascadingLookupTableID = LT.FieldCascadingLookupTableID INNER JOIN [Item].[TaskFieldCascadingRecords] TFCR ON TFCR.FieldCascadingValueID = FCV.FieldCascadingValueID WHERE TFCR.TaskID = T.TaskID AND LT.FieldID = ' + @array_value + ') AS ''' + @FieldName + ''' 'ENDELSE IF @FieldTypeiD = 6 --ListBoxBEGINSET @InnerItemSelect = ' (SELECT i.[CSV] FROM @ItemDetailLV i WHERE i.ID = ID.ItemDetailID AND i.FieldID = ' + @array_value + ') AS ''' + @FieldName + ''' 'SET @InnerTaskSelect = ' (SELECT it.[CSV] FROM @TaskLV it WHERE it.ID = T.TaskID AND it.FieldID = ' + @array_value + ') AS ''' + @FieldName + ''' 'ENDELSE IF @FieldTypeID = 11 --UsersBEGINSET @InnerItemSelect = ' (SELECT SU.[UserID] FROM [Security].[Users] SU INNER JOIN [Item].[ItemDetailUserRecords] IDUR ON SU.UserID = IDUR.UserID WHERE IDUR.ItemDetailID = ID.ItemDetailID AND IDUR.FieldID = ' + @array_value + ') AS ''' + @FieldName + ''' 'SET @InnerTaskSelect = ' (SELECT SU.[UserID] FROM [Security].[Users] SU INNER JOIN [Item].[TaskUserRecords] TUR ON SU.UserID = TUR.UserID WHERE TUR.TaskID = T.TaskID AND TUR.FieldID = ' + @array_value + ') AS ''' + @FieldName + ''' 'ENDELSE IF @FIelDTypeID = 12 --GroupBEGINSET @InnerItemSelect = ' (SELECT SG.[GroupID] FROM [Security].[Groups] SG INNER JOIN [Item].[ItemDetailGroupRecords] IDGR ON SG.GroupID = IDGR.GroupID WHERE IDGR.ItemDetailID = ID.ItemDetailID AND IDGR.FieldID = ' + @array_value + ') AS ''' + @FieldName + ''' 'SET @InnerTaskSelect = ' (SELECT SG.[GroupID] FROM [Security].[Groups] SG INNER JOIN [Item].[TaskGroupRecords] TGR ON SG.GroupID = TGR.GroupID WHERE TGR.TaskID = T.TaskID AND TGR.FieldID = ' + @array_value + ') AS ''' + @FieldName + ''' 'ENDENDPRINT 'Inner Item Select:' + @InnerItemSelectPRINT 'Inner Task Select:' + @InnerTaskSelectSET @IDSelect = @IDSelect + @InnerItemSelect + ', 'SET @TSelect = @TSelect + @InnerTaskSelect + ', 'SELECT @Columns = STUFF(@Columns, 1, @separator_position, '')END   --------------- That is only part of a large query that writs a SQL Query to a column in a Database. That Query (in the column) is just ran normally so I don't need to compile it each time I want to run it.THe problem I have is  @FieldName might be:     ryan's field. That apostrophe is killing me because the SQL keeps it as ryan's field, not ryan''s field(note the 2 apostrophes).  I cannot do: REPLACE(@FieldName, ''', '''') because it's not closing the apostrophes. Is there an escape character that I can use to say only one: ' ?Would the only solution be to put: ryan''s field into the Database, and just format it properly on the output?  Thanks. 

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