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Posted Monday, November 25, 2013 10:30 AM
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Hi There..

I have 69 SQL DB servers and every server have identical tables but on three database when I am querying the table it populating the Application version in the column compare with other database servers which running the same table (most of them have the same information in the result) not populating the Application version information in the result

can anyone tell me why it populating the application version in the result
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Posted Monday, November 25, 2013 10:31 AM
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its should not include the Application version in the result.. and its hard coded so its not like someone doing it when entering the data..
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Posted Monday, November 25, 2013 10:52 AM


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fawad.majid (11/25/2013)
Hi There..

I have 69 SQL DB servers and every server have identical tables but on three database when I am querying the table it populating the Application version in the column compare with other database servers which running the same table (most of them have the same information in the result) not populating the Application version information in the result

can anyone tell me why it populating the application version in the result



so you are saying in three specific databases, you get an additional column of data you were not expecting?

sounds to me like someone modified the structure of the tables in those three databases, and added the data/applciation version to the table as well.

the Answer, if it's not obvious to you yet, is to explicitly list the desired columns

so instead of this:
exec sp_msForEachDB 'SELECT * FROM [?].dbo.MyTableName;'

--do this instead
exec sp_msForEachDB 'SELECT Column1,Column2,OtherColumns FROM [?].dbo.MyTableName;'





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Unfortunately, there is no way to answer this question as we don't know anything about your databases, application(s), environment to be able to tell you anything. We don't have crystal balls.



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Posted Monday, November 25, 2013 11:07 AM
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No No!

not additional column ... there is a column name RPTBO_HTML column in the table, in the result it getting the same data as other database are but it adding the Application version as well.. its like this

query run and get the data from the table... and in above mentioned column not like other tables in other databases it also including this statement in the same column ... Ill post it to make it clear..

There is other data in this column plus its adding this line which causing the problem and its not in other databases ...
* Report results were calculated using Allscripts Professional EHR version: 10.0"




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Posted Monday, November 25, 2013 11:13 AM


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fawad.majid (11/25/2013)
No No!

not additional column ... there is a column name RPTBO_HTML column in the table, in the result it getting the same data as other database are but it adding the Application version as well.. its like this

query run and get the data from the table... and in above mentioned column not like other tables in other databases it also including this statement in the same column ... Ill post it to make it clear..

There is other data in this column plus its adding this line which causing the problem and its not in other databases ...
* Report results were calculated using Allscripts Professional EHR version: 10.0"






nope, not clear yet, at least for me.

show us the actual query you are running.

if you are getting DATA that doesn't match your expectations, you'll need to look at either why the data is wrong, or why your query is not gettign the "right" data...bad grouping, top 1 without order by, who knows...we'd need to see your query to help diagnose.


*edit*:

are you running a query in an applicaiton, or from SSMS?

the text you quoted implies some report application named "Allscripts Professional EHR version: 10.0" " was used, and not SSMS.

maybe the evaluation version inserts that data, but the "Professional " version does not?


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