IN ACCESS UPDATE 14_Together_final_ICNs INNER JOIN 14_Together_UniqueSKUs ON [14_Together_final_ICNs].SKU = [14_Together_UniqueSKUs].SKU SET [14_Together_final_ICNs].sku_desc = [14_Together_UniqueSKUs].NewDesc WHERE (((Trim(Nz([NewDesc])))<>""));
THIS IS WHAT I TRY IN SQL SEVER BUT GET A DIFFERNET RESULT
UPDATE [14_Together_final_ICNs] SET sku_desc = [14_Together_UniqueSKUs].NewDesc FROM [14_Together_final_ICNs] INNER JOIN [14_Together_UniqueSKUs] ON [14_Together_final_ICNs].SKU = [14_Together_UniqueSKUs].SKU WHERE (RTRIM(LTRIM([14_Together_final_ICNs].sku_desc))<> N'')
Hi I have the below paragraph in my datacolum called 'Description'
Ansmann Powerline 5 Super Fast Charger, Microprocessor controlled desktop charger with discharge function for up to 5 NiCd/NiMH cells, For all NiCd and NiMH rechargable batteries including AA/AAA/C/D/9V, Negative Delta V control, faulty cell detection, defined predischarge, trickle charge, separate status indicator for every charging slot, ultra rapid charging, 230V AC. For UK use. Price for 1 Charger.
How do I take only the sentence upto the first comma in my STORED procedure
Iím trying to optimize the following view so that it runs faster and to trim the code where possible. It runs for 1:57mins. Is that good or it can run much faster than that? Where do l start? Itís a view for a report. Please help lím running on SQL 2000
CREATE View SalesTest AS SELECT dbo.Loan.loan_No AS [Loan No], dbo.Customer.customer_No AS [Customer No], dbo.Customer.first_Name + ' ' + dbo.Customer.surname AS Customer, dbo.Employer.employer_Name AS [Employer Name], dbo.Loan.store AS [Store No], dbo.Store.store_Name AS Store, dbo.Region.region_Description AS Region, dbo.Financier.financier_Short + dbo.Term.term_Description AS Product, dbo.Loan.date_Issued AS [Transaction Date], dbo.Loan.capital_Amount AS [Capital Amount], dbo.Loan.interest_Amount AS [Interest Amount], dbo.Loan.interim_Interest_Amount AS [Interim Interest Amount], dbo.Loan.interest_Amount + dbo.Loan.interim_Interest_Amount AS [Interest2 Amount], dbo.Loan.insurance_Amount AS [Insurance Amount], dbo.Loan.admin_Fee AS [Admin Fee], dbo.Loan.total_Amount AS [Total Amount], dbo.Loan_Type.loan_Type_Description AS [Loan Type Description], dbo.Loan.user_Changed AS [User], dbo.Loan.first_Payment AS [First Payment], dbo.Loan.monthly_Payment AS [Monthly Payment], dbo.Loan.repayment_Period AS [Repayment Period], dbo.Loan.outstanding_Amount AS [Outstanding Amount], dbo.Loan.last_Payment_Date AS [Last Payment Date], dbo.Status.status_Description AS Status, CONVERT(Char(3), dbo.Loan.loan_No, 1) AS Company, dbo.Customer.physical_Address1 AS Mine1, dbo.Customer.physical_Address2 AS Mine2, dbo.Customer.physical_Address3 AS Mine3, dbo.Loan.maturity_Date AS [Maturity Date], dbo.Agent.agent_Short AS Agent, dbo.Financier.financier_Short AS Financier, dbo.Loan.product AS [Loan Product], dbo.Deduction_Detail.teba_Account_No AS [Teba Account No] FROM dbo.Loan INNER JOIN dbo.Customer ON dbo.Customer.customer_No = dbo.Loan.customer_No INNER JOIN dbo.Status ON dbo.Status.status = dbo.Loan.status INNER JOIN dbo.Store ON dbo.Store.store = dbo.Loan.store INNER JOIN dbo.Product ON dbo.Product.product = dbo.Loan.product INNER JOIN dbo.Product_Type ON dbo.Product_Type.product_Type = dbo.Product.product_Type INNER JOIN dbo.Financier ON dbo.Financier.financier = dbo.Product_Type.financier INNER JOIN dbo.Term ON dbo.Term.term = dbo.Product.term INNER JOIN dbo.Employer ON dbo.Employer.employer = dbo.Customer.employer INNER JOIN dbo.Region ON dbo.Region.region = dbo.Store.region INNER JOIN dbo.Loan_Type ON dbo.Loan_Type.loan_Type = dbo.Product_Type.loan_Type INNER JOIN dbo.Agent ON dbo.Agent.agent = dbo.Product_Type.agent INNER JOIN dbo.Deduction_Detail ON dbo.Loan.customer_No = dbo.Deduction_Detail.customer_No AND dbo.Loan.deduction_No = dbo.Deduction_Detail.deduction_No WHERE (dbo.Loan.outstanding_Amount <> 0)
I have a table with a keyword field. In this keyword field some of the entries have a space before the word and some don't. How can I remove all of the spaces from the fields that have them and not trim from the ones that don't.
I cannot believe that there is yet another version of SQL Server without a TRIM function. So for SQL 2005 (like I've done in 7.0 and 2000) my T-SQL will look like dog poo because I will have to write LTRIM(RTRIM(MyValue)) anytime I want to remove whitespace from both ends of character values instead of just writing TRIM(MyValue).
This is a very weird issue, and I can't seem to pinpoint the actual cause. I have a dynamic expression for Excel files that gets evaluated at run-time. One of the parameters for creating this path is pulled from the database - the column is nvarchar(10) and most of the values are only 2-characters long. I have tried LTRIM(RTRIM()) inside SQL Server as well as TRIM() in SSIS's Expression Editor, but nothing seems to work. At run-time the package fails, and the error I receive is because the value that gets pulled from the DB has trailing spaces. What's even annoying is the package runs fine on my XP machine, but fails on a W2K3 box - both setups are using the same back-end database.
Is this is a bug, or am I just screwing up something unknowingly? Thanks.
I have values in a matrix takin too much space. Since they are just used as the matrix column header, cant i trim it or something. To display just the first 3 letters of the the attribute, and not the whole string? Whats the code for that?
=Fields!Collision_Type.Value thats my field right now.
Hi All, I am sure someone has done this before. Trying to write a SQL statement to UPDATE a column named Prod_Model. The table name is tbl_MASTER. Wanting to trim the parentheses out of the data and update back to the table. Any help on the SQL statement?
I was hoping that the Trim function inside the update command, cmdUpdate.Parameters.Add("@doc_num", Trim(txtDocNum.Text)) , would deal with any leading and trailing spaces, but it does not seem to be doing anything at all. The value from the textbox still arrives in the database table with leading spaces!!
I am returning a field from a db using an OUTPUT parameter that looks like this in the stored procedure... @theOutputParam varChar(4000) When it is returned to my VB.NET code it looks like this... Dim theString as String = [theSQL parameter] ... When I run and debug and look at... theString.Length ...it returns 4000 instead of only the actual characters that are entered into the field. So, if the field value is "FOO" I get "FOO" plus 3997 blank characters. So, I've tried.... theString = trim(theString) But, I still get 4000 characters. I'm dunno what else to try, do you? Thanks in advance for any assistance... Bernie