SELECT CASE WHEN CHARINDEX(' ', Supervisor, CHARINDEX(' ', Supervisor, 0) + 1) > 0 THEN REPLACE(Supervisor, SUBSTRING(Supervisor, CHARINDEX(' ', Supervisor, CHARINDEX(' ', Supervisor, 0) + 1), LEN(Supervisor)), '') ELSE Supervisor END AS NewSupervisor from data d
However, I stumble when Middle Name exists somewhere in the name as Replace function repalces every occurrence of the string. For ex: "Allen, Gary G" becomes "Allen,ary"
Do we have any way to say sql to replace after certain index?
insert into #temp (Cabstamp,account,Document, origin, debit, credit, datalc) select 'ADM12345',111,'CMP-01','FO',1000,0, '20150110' union select 'ADM12345',112,'CMP-01','FO', 500, 0,'20150110' union select 'ADM12345',6811,'CMP-01','DO',0,1500,'20150110' union
I have a very large SQL Server table and want to pull all 50 columns that are in a certain row because something in that row has invalid varchar and is causing runtime errors. It is row 9054378701 and I am not sure how to create a query to pull that specific row and all 50 columns.
I'm trying to write a function that will retrieve the last backup date/time of a particular database on a remote server (i.e. by querying msdb.dbo.backupset). Unfortunately, you can't use sp_executesql in a function, so I can't figure out a way to pass the server name to the query and still be able to return the datetime value back to the calling TSQL code (so that rules out using EXEC().
I want to create index for hash table (#TEMPJOIN2) to reduce the update query run time. But I am getting "Warning!
The maximum key length is 900 bytes. The index 'R5IDX_TMP' has maximum length of 1013 bytes. For some combination of large values, the insert/update operation will fail". What is the right way to create index on temporary table.
Update query is running(without index) for 6 hours 30 minutes. My aim to reduce the run time by creating index.
And also I am not sure, whether creating index in more columns will create issue or not.
Attached the update query and index query.
CREATE NONCLUSTERED INDEX [R5IDX_TMP] ON #TEMPJOIN2 ( [PART] ASC, [ORG] ASC, [SPLRNAME] ASC, [REPITEM] ASC, [RFQ] ASC,
Web Base application or PDA devices use to initiate the order from all over the country. The issue is this table is not Partioned but good HP with 30 GB RAM is installed. this is main table that receive 18,0000 hits or more. All brokers and users are using this table to see the status of their order.
The always search by OrderID, or ClientID or order_SubNo, or enter any two like (Client_ID+Order_Sub_ID) or any combination.
Query takes to much time when ever server receive more querys. some orther indexes are also created on the same table like (OrderDate, OrdCreate Date and Status)
My Question are:-
Q1. IF Person "A" query to DB on Client_ID, then what Index will use ? (If any one do Query on any two combination like Client_ID+Order_ID, So what index will be uesd.? How does MS-SQL SERVER deal with these kind of issues.?
Q2. If i create 3 more indexes on ClientID, ORderID and OrdersubID. will this improve the performance of query.if person "A" search record on orderNo so what index will be used. (Mind it their would be 3 seprate indexes for Each PK columns) and composite-Clustered index is also available.?
Q3. I want to check what indexes has been used? on what search?
Q4. How can i check what table was populated when, or last date of update (DML)?
My Limitation is i Dont Create a Partioned table. I dont have permission to do it.
In Teradata we had more than 4 tb record of CRM data with no issue. i am not new baby in db line but not expert in sql server 2003.
I need to know /observe for a period like 10 days in a row HOW MANY TIMES a specific Stored Proc is executed on the server. How can I do that? is there a way to precisely know a number of such calls via DMVs?
The 2 digit number that appears on line 1, 7 and 13 (only in this example) i need to have added to the begin of each value below it until the next 2 digit number is encountered. The desired result set would look like:
I'm working on a join between two tables where I only want one row returned... I'm matching on two columns between two tables. One of those columns in the target table could be null. I only want one record returned.
I've a table that stores operationcode for each jobnumber. The jobnumber can have multiple operationcode. From the below DDL, I need to show all the jobs that have operation codes as 2001 and 2002. In the below DDL Jobnumber 80011 has both the operation codes 2001 and 2002 so this job will display on the report.
On the other hand Job 80021 only has operationcode 2001 and I do not want this job to show up on the report.
I need to show all the operationcodes for a job if it has operationcode 2001 and 2002.
USE tempdb; GO DECLARE @TEST_DATA TABLE ( DT_ID INT IDENTITY(1,1) NOT NULL PRIMARY KEY CLUSTERED , OperationCodeVARCHAR(10) NOT NULL , EmployeeCode VARCHAR(10) NOT NULL
We're looking at optimizing some of our tables because we have indexes on columns that are not used. So for example we might have a table that has 6GB of data and 4GB in indexes (according to sp_spaceused). We need to know how much of the 4GB of indexes is consumed by each of the indexes individually. I've tried dbcc showcontig, but that doesn't tell me the amount of space used by the index that I run it for.
Second (and by far not as important), is there a way to determine how much space is being consumed by data in a specific column. The original creator of some of the tables added an incrementing identity column that is used no where in the system. I'd like to be able to say..."If we drop this column we'll save XXX in space."
Knowing the index space is more critical, the column space would be nice but not necessary.
The sql listed above does execute the stored procedure called [dbo].[sproom] successfully and returns all the data all the rows from the stored procedure multiple times. However can you tell me the following:
1. How can I have the stored procedure return distinct rows? 2. I want the stored procedure to return selected columns. I tried using the OUTPUT parameter for some of the columns, but I got the error message, "Procedure or function spHomeroom has too many arguments specified.".
I have a stored procedure that runs every 5 minutes. I have one block in the procedure that will only run if there are records in a temp table. In addition, I would like this block to run only if the current time is between 0 and 5 minutes past the hour or between 30 and 35 minutes past the hour.
Currently, my block looks like this: IF OBJECT_ID('tempdb..#tmpClosedPOs') IS NOT NULL BEGIN
I can get the current minutes of the current time by using:
I know that it should be simple, but I'm pretty new at Stored Procedures. How do I alter the IF statement to check for the time and only run the block if it's between the times I stated? I started to DECLARE @Minutes INT, but wasn't sure where to go from there.
Can I dynamically (from a stored procedure) generatea create table script of all tables in a given database (with defaults etc)a create view script of all viewsa create function script of all functionsa create index script of all indexes.(The result will be 4 scripts)Arno de Jong,The Netherlands.
Hi i need to create this query. I have a table here named "Subject" from the database "Filteredtask". I want the output to show in this way:
Application Recieved count of application recieved Process Application count of process application Screen Application count of screen application Initial Interview count of initial interview Technical Exam and Interview count of technical exam and interview
I have used this code. My problem is that i put it in descending order to obtain this output, but if for example Screen application had more count it will ruin the hierarchy of the subject.
SELECT subject, COUNT(subject) AS Expr1 FROM dbo.FilteredTask WHERE (subject = N'application received') OR (subject = 'process application') OR (subject = 'screen application') OR (subject = N'initial interview') OR (subject = 'profiles assessment') OR (subject = 'technical exam and interview') GROUP BY subject ORDER BY expr1 DESC
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I have written an update, if i see the execution plan of that update, it is showing the Non Clustered index are updated. I am not able to understand the fact, that when there was no change in Leaf level root data how does Non clustered index got updated.
I'm running SQL Server 2008 R2 with latest patch. I'm performing all index maintenance online. How long the final phase of the index operation takes? Does the size of the index matter and if any blocking occurs, does the duration increase because the size of indexes is larger? I've been told by management, we can not have any downtime, its my understanding even with online index there's a chance blocking can occur in the final phase of the index operation. My database and index size is over 1.5 tb and the number of transaction per second are in the 100's.
Hi Minor and inconsequential but sometimes you just gotta know: Is it possible to define a non-primary key index within a Create Table statement? I can create a constraint and a PK. I can create the table and then add the index. I just wondered if you can do it in one statement. e.g. I have: CREATE TABLE MyT (MyT_ID INT Identity(1, 1) CONSTRAINT MyT_PK PRIMARY KEY Clustered, MyT_Desc Char(40) NOT NULL CONSTRAINT MyT_idx1 UNIQUE NONCLUSTERED ON [DEFAULT])which creates a table with a PK and unique constraint. I would like (pseudo SQL):CREATE TABLE MyT (MyT_ID INT Identity(1, 1) CONSTRAINT MyT_PK PRIMARY KEY Clustered, MyT_Desc Char(40) NOT NULL CONSTRAINT MyT_idx1 UNIQUE INDEX NONCLUSTERED ON [DEFAULT]) No big deal - just curious :D Once I know I can stop scouring BOL for clues. Tks in advance
I have three sprocs and three tables. I was told to use a clustered index in the first table and a unique clustered index on the second table. I never asked about the third table and the person I need to ask is on vacation. Most of the contents of the first table will be joined with all of the contents of the second table into the third table. Do I need to have a unique clustered index on the third table too?
The clustered index in the first sproc is on a unique key that I had created using by concatenating several columns together.
CREATE CLUSTERED INDEX IX_UNIQUE_KEY ON MRP.Margin_Optimization_Data (UNIQUE_KEY); CREATE NONCLUSTERED INDEX IX_DATE ON MRP.Margin_Optimization_Data (PERIOD); CREATE NONCLUSTERED INDEX IX_ODS_ID ON MRP.Margin_Optimization_Data (GL_SEG1_COMPANY_ODS_ID, GL_SEG2_PROFIT_CTR_ODS_ID, GL_SEG3_LOB_ODS_ID, GL_SEG4_PRODUCT_DEPT_ODS_ID, GL_SEG5_ACCOUNT_ODS_ID);
The second sproc with the unique clustered index is on the unique key from the first table and a date attribute.
CREATE UNIQUE CLUSTERED INDEX IX_UNIQUE_KEY ON MRP.[MGN_OPT_KPI_SOURCE] (UNIQUE_KEY, PERIOD);
In the third sproc, I'll have a nonclusted index on the ODS_ID attributes, but I'm unsure of how to go about the clustered index situation.
CREATE NONCLUSTERED INDEX IX_ODS_ID ON MRP.MGN_OPT_KPI_VALUES (GL_SEG1_COMPANY_ODS_ID, GL_SEG2_PROFIT_CTR_ODS_ID, GL_SEG3_LOB_ODS_ID, GL_SEG4_PRODUCT_DEPT_ODS_ID, GL_SEG5_ACCOUNT_ODS_ID);
So I started a new job recently and have noticed a few strange configurations. Typically I would never mess with min memory per query option and index create memory option configuration because i just haven't seen any need to. My typical thought is that if it isn't broke... They have been modified on every single server in my environment.
From Books Online: • This option is an advanced option and should be changed only by an experienced database administrator or certified SQL Server technician. • The index create memory option is self-configuring and usually works without requiring adjustment. However, if you experience difficulties creating indexes, consider increasing the value of this option from its run value.
Problem: I need to export data from a table in a database. I have an SSIS that converts data to this table. To export the data using the SSIS the file needs to be already created (from my understanding). This export location is on another server and the folder location is empty.
Question: How do I create an empty CSV file at this location using either a Script Task, SQL Query, or Space Magic? I have been searching all over for about 4 hours now to no avail.