I am transfering data from a DB2 table to a SQL 2005 table using the OLE DB Source, Data Converstion then the OLE DB Destionation.
So, I have a numeric (Precision 3, Scale 2) field with NULL value in the DB2 table.
I'm trying to transfer these data to a SQL2005 table and I am receiving this error message below:
"[Destination Table TFACIL ] Error: There was an error with input column "COMB_OPPT_PRCT" (2865) on input "OLE DB Destination Input" (31). The column status returned was: "The value violated the integrity constraints for the column.". "
The field must accept null because of the APPLICATION ( i can't change it, im not the owner ).
I need to insert a null valvue when the user does not impute any text. here is my code If cell_phone.Text = "" Then cell_phone.Text = "dbnull.value" End IfDim mySqlConnection As New SqlConnection mySqlConnection.ConnectionString = ConfigurationManager.ConnectionStrings("Call_ListConnectionString").ConnectionString Dim strSQL As String = "INSERT INTO Employees(Clock_ID, Last_Name, First_Name, Cell_Phone, Home_Phone, Work_Phone, Email, Primary_Day_Phone, Primary_Night_Phone, Blackberry_Number) VALUES ('" & clock_id.Text & "','" & last_name.Text & "','" & first_name.Text & "','" & work_phone.Text & "','" & home_phone.Text & "','" & cell_phone.Text & "','" & email.Text & "','" & prime_day_lst.SelectedValue & "','" & prime_night_lst.SelectedValue & "','" & blackberry.Text & "')"Dim mySqlCommand As New SqlCommand(strSQL, mySqlConnection) mySqlConnection.Open() mySqlCommand.ExecuteNonQuery() mySqlConnection.Close() THanks Mike
I am trying to setup an indicator value for an SSRS report to show green and red values on a report, based on the NRESULT value. The problem I am facing is that I have several different CASE statements that have the same logic, and they are processing just fine. NRESULT is a decimal field, so no conversion should be necessary. I do not know why I am getting the "Arithmetic overflow error converting varchar to data type numeric." error message.
Below is the CASE statement where the error is occurring. It is in the part of the ELSE CASE. The first CASE works just fine when the ELSE CASE is commented out. If I also change the ELSE CASE statement to say "else case when LEFT(NRESULT,1) = '-' then '0'", then it processes fine, too, so it has to be something I am missing something in the check on negative values. I do need the two checks, one for positive and one for negative values, to take place.
case when LEFT(NRESULT,1) <> '-' then --This portion, for checking positive values, of the CASE statement works fine. CASE WHEN LEFT(ROUND(NRESULT,2),4) between 0.00 and 0.49 THEN '2' --Green ELSE CASE WHEN LEFT(ROUND(NRESULT,2),4) > 0.49 THEN '0' --Red ELSE '3' --White END END else case when LEFT(NRESULT,1) = '-' then --This portion, for checking negative values, of the CASE statement is producing the conversion error message.
I checked the NRESULT field, and there are not any NULL values in there, either.
I'm getting the above when trying to populate a variable. The values in question are : @N = 21 @SumXY = -1303765191530058.2251000000 @SumXSumY = -5338556963168643.7875000000
When I run, SELECT (@N * @SumXY) - (@SumXSumY * @SumXSumY) in QA I get the result OK which is -28500190448996439680147097583285.072256 ie 32 places to left of decimal and 6 to the right When I try the following ie to populate a variable with that value I get the error - SELECT R2Top = (@N * @SumXY) - (@SumXSumY * @SumXSumY)@R2Top is NUMERIC (38, 10)
I've just noticed some strange behavior that seems like a bug to me. It's much easier to follow an example of it that to outright explain it, so here goes.
I have a table defined with a NOT NULL constraint on a column and a default clause: -- DROP TABLE TestTable CREATE TABLE TestTable ( TestField0 varchar(10), TestField1 varchar(10) NOT NULL DEFAULT ('a') )
I have a view defined on the table, in this example case, the view just mirrors the table one to one: -- DROP VIEW TestView CREATE VIEW TestView as SELECT TestField0, TestField1 FROM TestTable
So far so good, if I run this statement, it works as I would expect and inserts the value and the default goes into the other field: INSERT INTO TestView (TestField0) SELECT 'test'
Now... If I add an INSTEAD OF trigger to the view, and have it perform the insert for me, I get an error with the same insert stmt: -- DROP TRIGGER TestTrigger CREATE TRIGGER TestTrigger ON TestView INSTEAD OF INSERT AS BEGIN INSERT INTO TestTable (TestField0, TestField1) SELECT TestField0, COALESCE(TestField1, 'X') FROM inserted END
Notice the trigger will ensure that a null value cannot be inserted into TestField1. If I run this insert stmt though I get an error: INSERT INTO TestView (TestField0) SELECT 'test'
Server: Msg 233, Level 16, State 2, Line 1 The column 'TestField1' in table 'TestView' cannot be null.
I have a problem that I am unable to fix. I am migrating data from one ERP system to another ERP system.
I created a table in SQL via DTS by converting an excel file into an SQL Table.
The table has a column 'currentcost'. Most items in the table have a value in this column. However, some items have <null> in this column. I am updating another SQL table with currentcost that is in this column. However, my table being updated requires a value in its corresponding currentcost table. Therefore, my update statement terminates due to the source table having <null> values.
I tried an update statement to convert <null> into a '0'
It was 'update Source_New_ItemMaster set currentcost = '0' where currentcost = <null>
This obviously didn't work. How can a change a <null> value in an SQL table to '0' (zero)?
Hello, everyone! What are the precision & the scale values in the numeric field for?(as also in int, etc).I need to have a field that is exactly 6 digits in length. However , when I enter the value , in the length column , it defaults to either 5 or 9 , depending on the precision values. Also when I enter the data , that field accepts not only 9(defined with precision of 10), but more than that, till about 15 digits!!…I think I am not clear on the use of precision…what do I need to define the field as so it accepts only 6 digits? Please enlighten me . Thanks in advance!
HiI have a character field (char ot varchar) that I want to force only tocontain numeric characters.Can that be done by way of defining a constraint on the field ?or by any other way in the field/table definition ?What id the syntax ?Anyone have examples ?ThanksDavid Greenberg
I need to pass in null/blank value in the date field or declare the field as string and convert date back to string.
I tried the 2nd option but I am having trouble converting the two digits of the recordset (rs_get_msp_info(2), 1, 2))) into a four digit yr. But it will only the yr in two digits. The mfg_start_date is delcared as a string variable
Hi all,I've set up a page with a gridview, and I'm trying to create a query based on three parameters and to display all records when the page loads.I have created the first two parameters no problem, but I'm having problems with the last one.The parameter is to be populated by a dropdownlist, where the selectedvalue is numeric. I have done a search and found that I can't use the '%' wildcard as it is for a string data type.I have read somewhere that to get around this I can use the CHAR() function to convert to a character, I have tried this without success.When creating the ControlParameter the datatype gets set to string, which I think is not working becuase the input has to be an integer for it to conver to char, am I right?This is the query, and it is the @Application parameter that I'm having this problem with. SELECT dbo.Issue.IssueID, dbo.Issue.ReportedBy, dbo.Issue.ShortDescription, dbo.Issue.DateReported, dbo.Issue.Status, dbo.Priority.Description AS Priority, dbo.Application.Application FROM dbo.Issue INNER JOIN dbo.Priority ON dbo.Issue.Priority = dbo.Priority.PriorityCode INNER JOIN dbo.Application ON dbo.Issue.Application = dbo.Application.ApplicationID WHERE (dbo.Issue.Status LIKE '%' + @Status) AND (dbo.Issue.AssignedTo = @AssignedTo) AND (CHAR(dbo.Application.ApplicationID) LIKE '%' + @Application) ORDER BY dbo.Priority.PriorityCodeHas anyone managed to do this another way?Thanks
Hello All,I'm trying to parse for a numeric string from a column in a table. WhatI'm looking for is a numeric string of a fixed length of 8.The column is a comments field and can contain the numeric string inany positionHere's an example of the values in the column1) Fri KX 3-21-98 5:48 P.M. arrival Cxled ATRI #27068935 3-17-982) wed.kx10/26 Netrez 95860536Now I need to parse through these lines and return only the 8 digitnumbers in itThe result set should be2706893595860536This is what I've done so farDeclare @tmp table(Comments_Txt varchar(255))Insert into @tmpselect Comments_Txt from Reservationselect * FROM @tmp where Comments_Txtlike ('%[0-9][0-9][0-9][0-9][0-9][0**9]%')But it returns the entire comments field in the result set. What I needis a way to return just those 8 digits.Any Ideas??Thanks in advance!!!
I have a numeric data field called Price and this has a value of 0.000 in the db. when i create a package to extract this data to a flat file, the value is displayed as .000 what should i do to make it appear as 0.000 in the flat file.
I tried using a derived column expression where i check if the db value is 0.000 and display it as a string "0.000". this works fine if the OLEDB source is a sql command but fails if the OLEDB source is a sql command from variable.
How to get the max length of numeric field in a DataSet? I have a DataSet bound to an Access database. Is it possible to get the maximum length of numeric field of a table in the DataSet? Many fields in the database tables have maximum length values set in ...
HI, Thanks in advance for taking your time to read this post. I am trying to write a SQL query using MS SQL 2005 that will read the value of a field and tell if it is alpha or numeric. I have tried the following but it does not work: select field1 from table1 where left(field1,2)='[0-9]' select field1 from table1 where isnumber(left(field1,2) tried with a =1 at the end and without and =1 at the end the goal is to read through a field and format it so if a field looks like this 12xxx111xx I can change it to look like 12-xxx-111-xx. Any help is greatly apprecaited
I'm using SSIS 2005 Enterprise edition,Â I'm creating a package that reads an excel (xls)Â file using the "excel source" component, and it dumps the data into an OLEDB destination (a sql server). When I drag the excel source component andÂ create the excel connection to my file the component automatically reads the columns and their datatypes.
The problem is that I have a column which has numeric data and the package uploads as NULL every number that starts with a zero. (note: in excel this columnÂ is formatted as "text", despite it has only numbers, because it's the only way excel maintains the left sided zeros).
So I checked the data types by right clicking the excel source component -> show advanced editor and my surprise is that this column's data type is detected as double-precision float, and it doesn't let me change it. URL...Â but it only works when the first row of data hasÂ a numberÂ beginning with zero on this column. How to get the data imported correctly?
I am putting a SELECT statement together where I need to evaluate a results field, to determine how the color indicator will show on a SSRS report. I am running into a problem when I try to filter out any non-numeric values from a varchar field, using a nested CASE statement.
For example, this results field may contain values of '<1', '>=1', '1', '100', '500', '5000', etc. For one type of test, I need a value of 500 or less to be shown as a green indicator in a report, and any value over that would be flagged as a red. Another test might only allow a value of 10 or less before being flagged with a red.
This is why I setup a CASE statement for an IndicatorValue that will pass over to the report to determine the indicator color. Using CASE statements for this is easier to work with, and less taxing on the report server, if done in SQL Server instead of nested SSRS expressions, especially since a variety of tests have different result values that would be flagged as green or red.
I have a separate nested CASE statement that will handle any of the values that contain ">" or "<", so I am using the following to filter those out, and then convert it to an int value, to determine what the indicator value should be. Here is the line of the script that is erring out"
case when (RESULT not like '%<%') or (RESULT not like '%>%') then CASE WHEN (CONVERT(int, RESULT) between 0 and 500) THEN '2' ELSE '0'
The message I am getting is: Conversion failed when converting the varchar value '<1' to data type int.
I thought a "not like" statement would not include those values for converting to an int, but that does not seem to be working correctly. I did also try moving the not to show as "not RESULT like", and that did not change the message.
How I can filter out non-numeric values before converting the rest of the varchar field (RESULT) to int, so that it is only converting actual numbers?
I have a list of movies that show throughout the year. I would like to assign a unique numeric identifier to each text field.
I have provided some sample data with the output I would like. The Movie_ID in the sample data is just made up, feel free to assign any numeric identifier, preferably of the same length but not a necessity.
Hi there - I would like to share this strip of code with our SQL 2000DBA community. The code below strips all non-numeric characters from agiven string field and rebuilds the string. Very simple, but I had tobuild it from scratch due the lack of info on this specific matter. Iam sure there are better solutions out there, although I will be gladif this script can help anyone. Feel free to modify and comment itback.Regards,Rubem Linn JuniorMCSE, .NET developerWeb Apps Specialist------------------------------------------------------- BEGIN---------------------------------------------------DECLARE @String_Length AS INTEGER -- Length of the given stringDECLARE @Original_String as NVARCHAR(50) -- The field to stripnon-numeric charsDECLARE @counter as integer -- simple counter variableDECLARE @Stripped_String as nvarchar(50) -- The field after beenstripped-- Get the length of the field (string) to be parsedSELECT @String_Length = len(someStringField) FROM SomeTable WHEREFilterID = 001-- Get the field (string) to be parsedSELECT @Original_String = someStringField FROM SomeTable WHEREFilterID = 001-- Set counter variable to 1SELECT @counter = 1-- Reset this variableSELECT @Stripped_String = ''-- Initiate loop from 1 to the Length of the given stringWHILE (@counter) <= @String_LengthBEGIN-- Check if the char in the lap is numericif substring(@Original_String,@counter,1) LIKE '[0-9]'BEGIN-- Load this variable with the non-numeric-- data stripped from the original stringselect @Stripped_String = @Stripped_String +substring(@Original_String,@counter,1)END-- Increment the counter by oneselect @counter = @counter + 1END-- Print the original string with all charactersPRINT @Original_String-- Print the numeric data that was stripped outPRINT RTRIM(LTRIM(@Stripped_String))