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EDITEDBY collate Compatibility_52_409_30003 I am not sure about where u got coolation "Compatibility_52_409_30003" I can't find this collation in SQL Server. I think u should create a dummy table in same database.

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SELECT * FROM SALESSUMMARY; -------------- ------------- ---------------- ------------------ | product_name | total_sales | avg_unit_price | total_units_sold | -------------- ------------- ---------------- ------------------ | cucumber | 100.25 | 90.00 | 2 | -------------- ------------- ---------------- ------------------ 1 row in set (0.00 sec) When you issue a SHOW TABLES command, then your temporary table will not be listed out in the list.

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, and it aggregates all non-null values into one string. I am going to use data from both DDS files and SQL DDL tables, as I know most of us still work with legacy systems based on a lot of DDS files, and it will be useful examples to show the SQL DDL equivalent with it.

The first file and table I will be using look like: SELECT * FROM TESTTAB1 ORDER BY TYPE, THING TYPE THING ANIMAL ELK ANIMAL ELK ANIMAL HAWK ANIMAL MEERKAT ANIMAL ORCA ANIMAL SEA LION FRUIT APPLE, FUJI FRUIT BLACKBERRY FRUIT GRAPEFRUIT FRUIT GUAVA FRUIT RASPBERRY VEGETABLE SQUASH My results in the aggregated string (row) are all sorted by their value (this is only part of the results as the rest would not fit on this page).

This is a community of tens of thousands of software programmers and website developers including Wrox book authors and readers. By joining today you can post your own programming questions, respond to other developers questions, and eliminate the ads that are displayed to guests. Hi, I have two databases Db1 is in collation "SQL_Latin1_General_CP1_CI_AS" and Db2 is in collation "Compatibility_52_409_30003".

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