Multiple usage works when used in the same query; multiple queries in the same statement can't re-use it.
$0This is a big limitation, granted, but the documentation is correct.$0
Last modified by teljj001 on 11/2/2010 5:58:00 AM
Visual FoxPro 9.0 SP2CREATE CURSOR - SQL CommandCreates a temporary table that exists until closed.
CREATE CURSOR alias_name
(fname1 cFieldType [(nFieldWidth [, nPrecision])] [NULL | NOT NULL]
[CHECK lExpression [ERROR cMessageText]]
[AUTOINC [NEXTVALUE NextValue [STEP StepValue]]]
[DEFAULT eExpression] [UNIQUE [COLLATE cCollateSequence]]
Last modified by Microsoft on 7/11/2007 8:39:11 PM
Something everyone should note; when declaring a variable to use with a LIKE operator for situations such as a parametrized query or a stored procedure, be sure the length specified for a varchar or nvarchar variable matches the field length for the field the operation is being done against. The same is also true with using Patindex() as well.If you don't match the field's length in your variabl
Last modified by thewayout on 2/25/2011 6:21:08 PM
For example, the following LIKE clause with two ranges per clause can be used to check columns with HTML hexadecimal "color" strings:SELECT * FROM TableName WHERE ShouldBeHex NOT like '[0-9A-F][0-9A-F][0-9A-F][0-9A-F][0-9A-F][0-9A-F]'
Last modified by Cornan The Iowan on 12/23/2010 8:44:54 PM
When you use LIKE operator compare two variables that of nvarchar(max) type, an error message like ‘String or binary data would be truncated’ will be thrown, if the string is more than 4000 chars long. Apperantly, there is a limitation on the length of the string that can be compared with LIKE operator. I wish someone could say that I am totally wrong.$0
I think this might be wrong, although
Last modified by Murat Boduroglu on 2/23/2011 3:06:41 AM
Private Function LinqToSqlVbLikeMatch(ByVal pattern AsString) As List(Of Customer)
' Use the SqlHelpers TranslatedVBLikePattern shared method to create a pattern
' to pass into a SqlMethods.Like call.
Dim vbPattern AsString = SqlHelpers.TranslateVBLikePattern(pattern, "")
' Use the VB Like pattern in a Linq to Sql call to the SqlMethods.Li
Last modified by MikeMcIntyre MVP on 9/19/2009 3:31:52 PM