"number of you"??? Integer???? get it??? OK...it's early/late/whenever...
without the search function, I am unable to easily find what I am nearly sure is an easy one...
but...I am converting a CSV string to a table of integers using a stolen fn_CsvToInt function that returns a table of integers...found THAT on here earlier, b'gawd ;)
In any case, I am using IF (ISNUMERIC(yada) = 1) to validate that the sub-string of the input CSV list of number is, in fact, a number...but what I am after is INTEGERS only...so if someone sends in some stupid stuff (though I am SURE none of MY users would do such a thing ;) ) like:select * from fn_CsvToInt('1,43,5.7,byte_me,100)
what I want to return is 1, 43, 100 (ignoring the 5.7 and 'byte_me' entries in the list). However, using the ISNUMERIC allows the sneaky '5.7' entry past, and then I get an error trying to convert it to an integer later.
Any easy way to check for integers? Or do I need to whip out a quick fn_IsInteger UDF for my evil and exclusionary purposes?
I have a table with a column named measurement decimal(18,1). If the value is 2.0, I want the stored proc to return 2 but if the value is 2.5 I want the stored proc to return 2.5. So if the value after the decimal point is 0, I only want the stored proc to return the integer portion. Is there a sql function that I can use to determine what the fraction part of the decimal value is? In c#, I can use dr["measurement "].ToString().Split(".".ToCharArray()) to see what the value after the decimal is.
How do we convert both of them into a single SQL DateTime field such as "2015-07-16 01:23:45.000" so that it can be used in a join restricting to a date time in a different SQL File that properly has the DateTime in it?
This works well for converting the transDate Part in the select statement:
dbo.IntegerToDate(at.transDate) as transDate
* That returns: "2015-07-16 00:00:00.000"
* The resulting data must work directly in a Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio Query using either using the "on" statement or part of the "where" clause. In other words, NOT as a stored procedure!
Also must be able to be used as a date difference calculation when comparing the 2 files Within say + or - 5 seconds.
I have created a local user on Report Server Computer and the user has the administrative rights. When i try to connect Report Server (http://xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx/reportserver) with this user's credantials. (ReportServer directory security is set -only- to Basic Authentication. ). I get the following error.
The number of requests for "XXXServerXXXUser" has exceeded the maximum number allowed for a single user. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- SQL Server Reporting Services
Then i try to login using a different user with administrative rights on the machine, i can logon successfully. The system is up for a month but this problem occured today?!? What could be the problem?!?
in my sql, i want to change a decimal number to percent format number, just so it is convenient for users. for example there is a decimal number 0.98, i want to change it to 98%, how can i complete it?
I am currently designing a SSIS package to integrate data into a data warehouse fact table. This fact table has about 70 columns among which 17 are foreign keys for dimension tables.
To insert data in that table, I have to make several transformations and lookups. Given the fact that the lookups I have to make are a little complicated, I have about 70 tasks in my Data Flow. I know it's a lot, but I can't find a way to make it simpler. It seems I really need all these tasks.
Now, the problem is that every new action I try to make on the package takes a lot of time. At design time, everything is very slow. My processor is eavily loaded each time I change a single setting in one of the tasks, and executing the package in debug mode takes for ages. If I take a look at the size of my package file on disk, it's more than 3MB.
Hence my question : Are there any limitations in terms of number of columns or number of tasks that can be processed within a Data Flow ?
If not, then do you have any idea why it's so slow ?
I have a large table of customers. I would like to add a column that contains an integer, unique to that customer. The trick is that this file contains many duplicate customers, so I want the duplicates to all have the same number between them.the numbers dont have to be sequential or anything, just like customers having the same one.
My question is, i guess, a simple one: When is it more convenient to use a uniqueid Data Type instead of a smallint, tinyint, bigint, etc (any type of int) when the field is gonna be the primary key for the table?
i have an autonumber field (primary key) and another integer field as part of a table. What i want to do is when a record is created, the default value of the integer field should be the_autonumber+1000 for eg record with pk 82 will have an integer field that's automatically 1082. Would it be possible to do this ? Thanks in advance.
Public Function insertReport(ByVal userID As String, ByVal taskID As Integer) As DataSet Dim ds As New DataSet Dim da As New SqlDataAdapter("INSERT INTO report(userID, taskID) VALUES ('" + userID + "', " + taskID + ")", cn) cn.Open() da.Fill(ds) cn.Close() Return ds End Function Above is my code I used to invoke when inserting a record. But i receive an error message when i try to insert the integer. I cannot see where the problem lies..my datatype in sql server is int. Can anyone see what is wrong with it. Thank you in advance.
I have an sql statmetn that counts all the votes in the table. i need this to calculate the quota. My problem is how to i get the value(i.e the count of the votes) into the area thats colored red below? SqlCommand SqlCmd1 = new SqlCommand("SELECT count(vote)FROM PRTest", SqlCon1); int quota = (count(Vote) + 1) / ((11) + 1); Response.Write(quota);
I use MS SQL Server 2005...Is there a structural advantage/disadvantage with using GUID as oposed to an integer?(also I use the sqltableprofileprovider and it doesnt seem to work with uniqueidentifiers)
I have a situation where I will have to insert a value(whole number) into the table where the the value is more than what the Integer can hold , I was wondering is there any other datatype which i can use other than integer
In my database I have a table called "users" with a varchar-field that holds categori-id's commaseparated, collected from my other table "category". I do this to control access for my users, some users are only allowed access to some categories. I would like to run a statement sort of like this:select categoryname from category where catid in (select categories from user where userid = 12)Naturally, because catid and the field categories have different datatypes I get the error "Syntax error converting the varchar value '340, 344, 356' to a column of data type int."
Is there any way I can bypass this keeping the commaseparated values and without making a new normalized table instead?
(same question is also posted at sql-server-performance.com forums)
Can I put a constraint on an integer column that will only allow a certain range of numbers to be entered, or do I have to put that into the application layer only?
I'd like the range to be 0 to 30 as the only allowable values. The only thing that I could think of was to create another table and populate with 0,1,2...,30 and put a foreign key on the new column that wouldn't allow anything not in that list but I was wondering if there was a better way.
philippe writes "Hello , i am just starting with sql...
I have a table: Table_user
Inside a column user_no (integer) with value like 35678 (about 8000 rows) I would like to modifie all rows of this Table_user.user_no with a value of 60 at the begining of each value. For example : before 35678 will be 6035678 Its'a concatenation,but it's an integer value . so do i need to convert tehm to varchar first
I am building an application that counnts clicks on an ad. I use the integer field to count them but someone told me there is a limit number this field can count - is that correct? if so, is there a solution for my problem? Thanks and happy 2007! R
Trying to write the most effective UDF to convert INT to Datetime. We have a column from a table on AS400 that is a INT type. Some are 4, 5, 6 ,7 digits. I have the 4 digits right. I need to fix it for 5 and 6 digits.
ALTER FUNCTION IntegerToDatetime (@int INT) RETURNS DATETIME AS BEGIN DECLARE @IntegerToDatetime int DECLARE @time DATETIME SET @time = '2001-01-01' SET @IntegerToDatetime = CASE WHEN LEN(@int) = 7 THEN '20' + CAST(SUBSTRING(CAST(@int AS CHAR(7)),2,2) AS int) + '-' + CAST(SUBSTRING(CAST(@int AS CHAR(7)),4,2) AS int) + '-' + CAST(SUBSTRING(CAST(@int AS CHAR(7)),6,2) AS int) WHEN LEN(@int) = 6 THEN '19' + CAST(SUBSTRING(CAST(@int AS CHAR(6)),1,2) AS int) + '-' + CAST(SUBSTRING(CAST(@int AS CHAR(6)),3,2) AS int) + '-' + CAST(SUBSTRING(CAST(@int AS CHAR(6)),5,2) AS int) WHEN LEN(@int) = 5 THEN '200' + CAST(SUBSTRING(CAST(@int AS CHAR(5)),1,1) AS int) + '-' + CAST(SUBSTRING(CAST(@int AS CHAR(5)),2,2) AS int) + '-' + CAST(SUBSTRING(CAST(@int AS CHAR(5)),4,2) AS int) WHEN LEN(@int) = 4 THEN cast(@time AS INT)